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He first came to the notice of big-team talent scouts as a prolific scorer for Vicenza, west of Venice.
The most prolific stock trader in the Senate, he bought and sold shares in companies that the committees he sits on have jurisdiction over.
When Blessing Amidu, a Lagos-based geologist, first had the idea for a feature-length animated movie in 2016, she paid a prolific Nollywood filmmaker to get the job done.
I worked with a songwriter Markaholic who is super prolific.
Not that she necessarily believed that her prolific schedule was a big deal.
A New York Times analysis of thousands of Perdue’s trades found that since coming to Congress six years ago, he’s become the most prolific stock trader in the Senate by far.

WORDS RELATED TO PROLIFICITY

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION