Prolific

Pro*lif"ic

(?), a. [F. prolifique, fr. L. proles offspring (from pro for, forward + the root of alere to nourish) + facere to make. See Adult, Old, and Fact.]
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1. Having the quality of generating; producing young or fruit; generative; fruitful; productive; -- applied to plants producing fruit, animals producing young, etc.; -- usually with the implied idea of frequent or numerous production; as, a prolific tree, female, and the like.
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2. Serving to produce; fruitful of results; active; as, a prolific brain; a controversy prolific of evil.
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3. (Bot.) Proliferous.
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