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Holding a Guinness World Record as the planet’s most prolific professional blogger, Murph has been working from home for nearly his entire professional career.

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That means the county can cut other kinds of gases, like methane from landfills, but it’s all measured against carbon dioxide, the most prolific greenhouse gas.

Studies pointed out the bias toward temperate zones in previous work, and indicated that in the tropics, females of many species are prolific singers.

I would be hard pressed to think of any author more prolific than Baggott when it comes to quantum mechanics.

East Ventures, one of the most prolific and influential investment firms in Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest market, will be represented by Melisa Irene, the firm’s first female partner.

As a prolific and early entry in the cannon of television drama, The Twilight Zone never fully disappeared from the airwaves.

Glackens was a prolific cartoonist in Philadelphia and his comics are one of the most surprising elements in the Puck book.

Since Westlake was as prolific as he was versatile, this all took a while.

All of this comes across in her writing about cultural politics—and she is staggeringly prolific.

Now, here is a sweet taste of the South from one of our most prolific and talented writers.

The soil of Cuba is prolific, and the variety of tropical plants and fruits grown upon the island is quite remarkable.

The free book system that prevails in some schools is a prolific source of infection.

Such are the gifts the gods have endowed us withal: such was the facility of this prolific writer!

The previous works of this prolific author have proved by their popularity that they meet a genuine demand.

These animals are very prolific; the young ones follow the dam, and do not separate from her till they are full grown.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prolific, such as: creative, rich, abounding, abundant, bountiful, and breeding.

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