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fruition (noun) bearing fruit; (of plans, efforts, etc.,) realization.
The realization of your wishes as a result of your efforts, plans, or a process, is the fruition of your efforts. If you are able to accomplish what you have decided to achieve, your plans or efforts to achieve it come to fruition. The US plans to oust Saddam Hussein came to fruition with his removal from power. That is, the US achieved what it had wanted to achieve.
- After months of hard work, his plans to see that his business was on the line to prosperity came to fruition when it ended up the year with a net profit of more than fifty percent.
- The US has perhaps to wait for a long time before its desire to have Iraq totally under its control and its ambition to establish democracy there come to fruition. As of now, it is a distant dream.