come to fruition

come to fruition

Fig. to occur or turn out as suspected or intended. When will all of these good things come to fruition? Our hard work and the end we planned for will soon come to fruition.
See also: come, fruition
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These roses are very late--they bloom after all the others have gone--and they hold all the warmth and soul of the summer come to fruition," said Owen, plucking some of the glowing, half-opened buds.
Dennis Sunshine, Chief Executive Officer of Orbit, added, "We are extremely encouraged by the new business opportunities being pursued by our Company and we are highly confident that many of the proposals we are pursuing will come to fruition.
As originator of the OpenGL ES initiative and chair of both Khronos and the OpenGL ES working group, 3Dlabs is delighted to see OpenGL ES come to fruition on schedule," stated Neil Trevett, senior vice president of market development at 3Dlabs and chair of the OpenGL ES Working Group.