The embankment had burst, and it was impossible to arrest the flood which was destined at once to purify and fertilise the world.
But dawn has power to fertilise the most matter-of-fact vision, and he was stirred.
It would be well to fertilise half a dozen flowers under the net, to prove that the cover is not injurious to fertility.
There should be no fresh stanza and no stop after 'fertilise.'
Few insects remain, apparently, adapted to fertilise it and it cannot fertilise itself.
Though impalement is a form of capital punishment, probably the girl's blood was expected to fertilise the earth.
The ashes of this conflagration may fertilise anew the whole earth.
Numerous other streams and rivulets meander through the whole country, and fertilise every vale.
The seed, taken in any quantity from it, does not fertilise a new cultivation.
But if strong colonies of bees are close at hand, they will rarely fail to fertilise some blossoms.