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At least that’s what some of the party’s more prolific legislators fear.

Though their roster is peppered with prolific scoring talent, Maryland won’t be able to rely on offense alone to blast through high-level competition.

Ashley Hayek, the prolific fundraiser who last year threatened to challenge Krvaric’s leadership, moved away.

After the war, he became a leading modern art gallery owner in Paris as well as a prolific author on his wartime experiences.

This trait makes his prolific work in the horror genre, including Bly Manor’s predecessor The Haunting of Hill House, initially baffling.

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Its great prolificacy, strong constitution, quick growth, and large size make it a favorite with squab growers.

The advantages of prolificacy are so apparent that it is unnecessary to dilate upon them.

These are not so much specialised structure as courage, a good constitution, mental capacity and prolificacy.

That the Mulattoes of the Germanic and Ethiopian races possess little prolificacy: 2.

This great prolificacy is what makes the scale so serious a pest.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prolificacy, such as: abundance, copiousness, fecundity, fruitfulness, gravidity, and luxuriance.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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