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infructuous rate
As for the meaning, well the word means "unprofitable, unfruitful, ineffective".
Usage: *After several infructuous interviews to find a job, Ashwini turned to crime.

*Gauri made an infructuous appeal to the Chairman to retain the services of Arun.

*Sashidhar made several infructuous attempts to steal the Nizam's diamonds.

infructuous rate
(Adjective) unprofitable, unfruitful, ineffective
Usage: After several infructuous interviews to find a job, Ashley turned to crime.

infructuous rate
(Adult / Slang)
bad in the eyes of law
Usage: As this office was not a party in the above case, any order on the representation would be infructuous

infructuous rate
(Adult / Slang)
(Adjective) unprofitable, unfruitful, ineffective
Usage: John made several infructuous attempts to steal the Nizam's diamonds

infructuous rate
(Adjective) rendered ineffective in the eyes of the law
Usage: All correspondence with regard to any inquiry is infructuous in the absence of a legal authorization.

infructuous rate
(Adverb) unfruitful, ineffective, unprofitable, unable to yield a valuable result
Usage: The auditor highlighted the infructuous spending indulged in by the company in his report.

infructuous rate
(Adult / Slang)
(Adjective) rendering inoperative, void.
Usage: The Court order has rendered the government's notification infructuous.

infructuous rate
(Adjective) Fruitless; unprofitable.
Usage: Submitting an application to the bank would be an infructuous exercise now.

infructuous rate
(Adjective) useless, ineffective, fruitless
Usage: After several infructuous job interviews, Ashwini turned to crime.

infructuous rate
(Adjective) Fruitless, unfruitful
infructuous rate
(Noun) Not fruitful; unproductive; unprofitable
Usage: April 19th, 2009 AGRA - Low water level in the Yamuna river has rendered infructuous the recent purchase of two motorboats to guard the Taj Mahal along the river-front - Gaea Times.
The biopsy proved infructuous.
Upholding the State Government's contention that the Kalyan sessions court's order granting anticipatory bail to MNS chief had become infructuous as he had already been arrested by the Railway police, the High Court quashed the lower court order granting interim protection to Thackeray. —- Express Indian

infructuous rate
(Adjective) unfruitful
Usage: No commercial entity runs R&D department to conduct infructuous basic research

infructuous rate
(Adjective) not fruitful, fruitless
Usage: The petition stood dismissed as having become infructuous.


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