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prolific

adjective abundant, breedy, copious, fecund, feracious, fertile, fruitbearing, fruitful, philoprogenitive, procreative, productive, profuse, progenitive, proliferous, rich, teeming, wordy, yielding
See also: beneficial, copious, fertile, productive, profuse, rampant
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If I ever were to find myself in a position where I needed to reveal my restricted information, I could use one of those little return address labels which are so prolifically advertised and place it at the top of the check by my initials.
Specular, who cost owner JP McManus more than pounds 300,000 after winning prolifically in Australia, jumped well but faded from two hurdles out.
Distinguished American composer Lou Harrison, who wrote prolifically for stage and concert hall, died of a heart attack February 2, 2003, in Lafayette, Indiana.
A professor of accounting at Baruch College at the City University of New York since 1983, Carmichael has studied and written prolifically about accounting for years, has testified in many cases against auditors and has extensive experience in standard setting.
In so doing, he has developed a new genre consisting of pilot interviews woven together by text and prolifically illustrated with heretofore unpublished color photographs from the veterans themselves.
He wrote prolifically, and the index is a list of his poems by title, or by first line where no title was given.
More than anything, the prolifically seeding cottonwood needs flooding to prepare a fertile seedbed.
My understanding of incarnation is enriched by a tradition that sees God's presence prolifically in human beings, in nature, and in a range of manifestations.
And it's insulting to say he couldn't score goals as prolifically as he does in any country outside Scotland.
The leading proponent of this view was probably Nesta Webster, who wrote prolifically in the 1920s about purported Jewish conspiracies, and whose anti-revolutionary zeal may have stemmed from her belief that she had been guillotined by French revolutionaries in an earlier incarnation.
But the fact is that slugs and snails breed prolifically, hide in inaccessible places, and are here to stay.
In the meantime, the SAMPE show indicated that suppliers are still prolifically generating new thermoset and thermoplastic materials, reinforcement fibers, and processing methods.