from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The condition of being prolific
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being prolific; fruitfulness; prolificacy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or state of being prolific.
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The fruitfulness of Pickwick, and amazing prolificness, that is one of its marvels.
Many people maintained collections of blogs that they kept handy as bookmarks — and visited regularly, sometimes several times a day (depending on the prolificness of a given blogger).
I think he is measuring prolificness in points per 36 minutes. matt s says:
I am impressed by your prolificness – and then again, why should I be?
Generally I get very little supervision from above, as the prolificness of my comments on this blog may attest.
The cover image is a photograph of New Orleans by Eric Gamalinda, himself no shirker when it comes to prolificness in poetry, fiction, essays, visual arts, film, translations, et al.
I have to say again your prolificness not a word and certainly not spelled right, is contagious!
He does large abstractions with the energy and prolificness of an enfant terrible on a mission to overthrow figurative art.
Coyote voice here super-genius for any of us little brains to comprehend the total picture of the great man, his myth and his legendary songwriting prolificness.
Publishers Weekly claims "Roberts keeps getting better ... [her] prolificness shows no sign of abating."