prolific ADJECTIVE 1) producing much fruit or foliage or many offspring. 2) (of an artist, author, etc.) producing many works. 3) plentiful.
DERIVATIVES prolifically adverb.
ORIGIN Latin prolificus, from proles 'offspring' .

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