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Prolific

see synonyms of prolific

Adjective

1. fecund, fertile, prolific

intellectually productive

Example Sentences:
'a prolific writer'
'a fecund imagination'

2. fertile, prolific

bearing in abundance especially offspring

Example Sentences:
'flying foxes are extremely prolific'
'a prolific pear tree'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Prolific

see synonyms of prolific
adjective
1. 
producing fruit, offspring, etc, in abundance
2. 
producing constant or successful results
3. (often foll by in or of)
rich or fruitful

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Prolific

see synonyms of prolific
adjective
1. 
producing many young or much fruit
2. 
turning out many products of the mind
a prolific scholar or poet
3. 
fruitful; abounding
often with in or of

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Prolific

see synonyms of prolific
adj.
1. Producing offspring or fruit in great abundance; fertile: a prolific variety of grape.
2. Producing or characterized by abundant works or results: a prolific artist; a prolific period in a writer's life. See Synonyms at fertile.

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