prolific : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s intellectually productive
a prolific writer
- s bearing in abundance especially offspring
flying foxes are extremely prolific
a prolific pear tree
- His prolific research career ended on a high note when he was awarded the Nobel prize for Physics.
- The prolific writer of children's books, was known for his simple, elegant illustrations drawn with a thick ink brush.
- People were surprised to know that one of the most prolific researchers in biology, fabricated much of the data underlying his research.
- Phil Jackson in USA Today
They're much more active on their home court,said Lakers coach Phil Jackson. "This is a problem a coach is always chattering about, you don't let a crowd or noise dent your energy. The energy level obviously played more prolific in this...
- Drew Rosenhaus in San Jose Mercury News
He's been one of the most successful tight ends in NFL history, but now I think he's going to be more prolific in the Saints' offense,Rosenhaus said. "I don't think Jeremy could ask for a better situation."
- Gareth Southgate in BBC Sport
His goalscoring record in Holland in particular but in Sweden too has been prolific. We hope he will reproduce that sort of form for us in the Premier League,added Southgate.