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Tuesday word: Prolific

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Prolific (adjective)
pro·lif·ic [pruh-lif-ik]


ajective
1. producing offspring, young, fruit, etc., abundantly; highly fruitful: a prolific pear tree.
2. producing in large quantities or with great frequency; highly productive: a prolific writer.
3. profusely productive or fruitful (often followed by in or of): a bequest prolific of litigations.
4. characterized by abundant production: a prolific year for tomatoes.

OTHER WORDS FROM PROLIFIC
pro·lif·i·ca·cy [pruh-lif-i-kuh-see] , pro·li·fic·i·ty [proh-luh-fis-i-tee] , pro·lif·ic·ness, noun
pro·lif·i·cal·ly, adverb
non·pro·lif·ic, adjective
non·pro·lif·ic·ness, noun
non·pro·lif·i·ca·cy, noun
non·pro·lif·i·cal·ly, adverb
o·ver·pro·lif·ic, adjective
o·ver·pro·lif·ic·ness, noun
o·ver·pro·lif·i·cal·ly, adverb
un·pro·lif·ic, adjective
un·pro·lif·ic·ness, noun
un·pro·lif·i·cal·ly, adverb

WORDS RELATED TO PROLIFIC
rich, creative, abounding, abundant, bountiful, breeding, copious, fecund, fertile, luxuriant, profuse, rank, reproductive, teeming, yielding, spawning, generative

SYNONYMS FOR PROLIFIC
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1, 2. teeming, fecund, abundant. See productive.

ANTONYMS FOR PROLIFIC
1. barren.

Origin: 1640–50; < Medieval Latin prolificus fertile. See prolicide, -fic

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR PROLIFIC
As a prolific and early entry in the cannon of television drama, The Twilight Zone never fully disappeared from the airwaves.
HOW A WAR-WEARY VET CREATED ‘THE TWILIGHT ZONE’|RICH GOLDSTEIN|NOVEMBER 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST

Glackens was a prolific cartoonist in Philadelphia and his comics are one of the most surprising elements in the Puck book.
THE MAGAZINE THAT MADE—AND UNMADE—POLITICIANS|ANTHONY HADEN-GUEST|NOVEMBER 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST

Since Westlake was as prolific as he was versatile, this all took a while.
DONALD E. WESTLAKE, THE MAN WITH THE GETAWAY FACE|MALCOLM JONES|OCTOBER 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST

Now, here is a sweet taste of the South from one of our most prolific and talented writers.
LET US NOW PRAISE FAMOUS REDNECKS AND THEIR UNJUSTLY UNSUNG KIN|ALLISON GLOCK|AUGUST 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST

He was so quick and prolific, coming up with so many lines and bits even though there was no way we could use them all.
MARA WILSON REMEMBERS ROBIN WILLIAMS: WE'RE ALL HIS GODDAMN KIDS|MARA WILSON|AUGUST 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST

The establishment of prolific and cheap journals in New York, in 1830, was an event of incalculable historical importance.
THE COLLECTOR|HENRY T. TUCKERMAN

The world cannot afford to lose the record of any great deed or utterance; for such are prolific throughout all time.
FRAGMENTS OF SCIENCE, V. 1-2|JOHN TYNDALL

Its use is a prolific source of indigestion, palpitation of the heart, persistent wakefulness, and of other disorders.
A PRACTICAL PHYSIOLOGY|ALBERT F. BLAISDELL

Engels pleaded he was already over busy with those tasks, which show him to have been so patient and prolific a worker.
THE ART OF LECTURING|ARTHUR M. (ARTHUR MORROW) LEWIS

The prolific powers of some individuals among mankind are very extraordinary.
THE BOOK OF CURIOSITIES|I. PLATTS
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