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use "fruitless" in a sentence

Her uncle, James Parker, had spent most of his adult life, and his fortune, in a fruitless search for her.

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Under such circumstances,
life on the Rübelandbahn did not come to fruition, because it soon became apparent that this line would be electrified for 25 kV, 50 Hz.

The Team also commented that hopes for two more races - Demons and Gods - may soon come to fruition.

Amelio's thus division of products seemed to prepare National Semiconductor for the eventual disposal of low-margin commodity products, which came to fruition later with the sale of a reconstituted Fairchild.

In the moments before their deaths, Owen apologises to Toshiko for never having managed to bring their relationship to full fruition.

It was widely rumored that the new school was to feature, amongst other things, an indoor swimming pool, but it did not come to fruition for various reasons.

Efforts were made to launch a Batman radio series in 1943 and again in 1950, but neither came to fruition.

Plans to have former-guitarist Scott Lang return do not come to fruition however.

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