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Word: prolific

Definition: producing offspring or fruit in abundance; fertile; fecund; abundantly fruitful; producing abundant works; Ex. prolific writer

Sentences Containing 'prolific'

"The prolific d'Argens was enormously popular in his day and was best known for this novel."
A prolific writer, Camp wrote a book explaining the exercises and extolling their benefits.
A prolific writer, he is credited with over one hundred works.
After this Broderick began to become more successful as a batsman as his bowling became less prolific.
An autodidact, his prolific intense literary work is largely commented on by critics.
Born in Botley, Hampshire, Roper was a prolific scorer as a schoolboy.
Brewer was a prolific poet himself, publishing a number of books of poetry.
Chavis was also a prolific writer of zydeco songs.
Cobb was a prolific lyricist and composer in the early 1900's.
Conley had a particularly long and prolific career and he was considered among the world's best for over a decade.
DENIAL is best known for his prolific worldwide sticker art campaign started in 2000.
Dudik was a prolific writer; his works have a lasting value on account of the sources from which he drew.
During the 1980s, Takahashi became a prolific writer of short story manga.
Edna Worthley Underwood (1873–1961) was a prolific American author, poet, and translator.
Elias Smith was a prolific author, writing and publishing many books, sermons, and hymnals.
For years this natural tributary of the Delaware...has been a prolific source of miasma.
He is also a prolific playwright, writing both short and full length works.
He is considered to be one of Vermont’s most prolific and innovative musicians.
He is prolific having released ten albums in as many years.
He still has a reputation as a prolific worker.
He translated many parts of Scripture into uncouth verse and was also prolific, but unknown poet.
He was a prolific author known for his autobiographical works and promotion of purely literary values.
He was a prolific essayist and literary critic.
He was a prolific writer, an orator, and brother of Zayd ibn Suhan.
He was prolific, as witnessed by his voluminous compilations during 1835–6.
Her photographic years were brief but prolific.
His academic years were prolific in literature of various kinds, and his writings fill more than 30 volumes.
His most prolific period was from the 1970s through the 1980s.
John rapidly became one of the Winter Hill Gang's most prolific enforcers.
Lewis' father P. L. Raj was a prolific film choreographer.
Like gay, it should be catchy: a potentially prolific meme.
Like most of the rest of her family, she became a prolific author.
One of his most prolific works is the translation of Panchastavi into Kashmiri.
Orianthi has been very prolific in collaborating and being featured by many artists.
Prolific jazz artists such as George Duke and Aynsley Dunbar played on these LPs.
Prolific roots are formed from the base and also amongst the lower half of the foliage.
Selected compositions include: Mosusova is a prolific writer and has published papers and articles, including:
She was a prolific writer who was published for over 40 years from 1958.
She was also a prolific translator of Russian and European poetry.
Stoddard's mother is Alexandra Stoddard, a prolific author, interior designer and lifestyle philosopher.
The following season wasn't as prolific, with Hinds managing to notch up only four goals in 26 appearances.
The most prolific award winners in the trophy's history have been:
The most prolific weapons on "Rifts" Earth, in nearly all regions, are energy weapons.
The NSPCC described Savile as "one of the most prolific sex offenders in its 129-year history".
The Perseids are a prolific meteor shower associated with the comet Swift-Tuttle.
The release of "Wheels on Meals" came in the midst of their most prolific period working together as a trio.
The report describes Savile as "one of the UK's most prolific known sexual predators..."
While he's not a prolific scorer, he also possesses decent passing skills, adding to his offensive contribution.
While in high school, Vandenberg was the most prolific passer in Iowa high school history.
Yao was extremely prolific with over 400 gramophone records attributed to her.

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