Definition of Prolificacy

1. Noun. The property of producing abundantly and sustaining vigorous and luxuriant growth. "Weeds lovely in their rankness"

Exact synonyms: Fertility, Rankness, Richness
Generic synonyms: Fecundity, Fruitfulness
Derivative terms: Fertile, Rank, Rank, Rich, Rich, Rich



Definition of Prolificacy

1. n. Prolificness.

Definition of Prolificacy

1. Noun. Great fertility. ¹

2. Noun. Producing of a large number of literary or artistic works. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Prolificacy

1. [n -CIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prolificacy

prolicide
prolifer
proliferate
proliferated
proliferates
proliferating
proliferation
proliferations
proliferative
proliferatively
proliferator
proliferators
proliferous
prolific
prolificacies
prolificacy (current term)
prolifically
prolification
prolificities
prolificity
prolifick
prolificness
prolificnesses
prolifigate
proligerous
prolinate
proline
prolines
proling
prolinol

Literary usage of Prolificacy

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1. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1902)
"THE WANT OF prolificacy IN THE PURE BRED HOG. ... While this vast improvement has been going on, what has been the effect upon his prolificacy? ..."

2. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1908)
"13: 324. Ja. '08. Dncs it pay to have home chickens? Country Life. 14: 472. S. '08. Sando, Roscoe Briant—Continuer/. Improving prolificacy. Country Life. ..."

3. The Forage and Fiber Crops in America by Thomas Forsyth Hunt (1907)
"prolificacy.—An essential feature of a cultivated grass is that seed for sowing may be secured at a reasonable cost. This depends upon the number of seeds ..."

4. The Forage and Fiber Crops in America by Thomas Forsyth Hunt (1907)
"prolificacy.—An essential feature of a cultivated grass is that seed for sowing may be secured at a reasonable cost. This depends upon the number of seeds ..."

5. California Poultry Practice: Being Plain Hints for Beginners in the Rearing by Susan Swaysgood (1914)
"The factors that affect prolificacy are: First, parentage; some may call it ... Having reared such birds, the next step as factors in their prolificacy is ..."

6. The Methodist Review (1873)
"should then hold that there is a unity of the race, not in parentage, but in nature—in prolificacy and in Christ. Our reason is that the Duke's theory ..."

7. Swine: Breeding, Feeding and Management by William Dietrich (1910)
"SIZE, prolificacy AND QUALITY. Three of the most important considerations from the farmer's or economical standpoint that should be duly considered, ..."

8. Lectures on Man: His Place in Creation, and in the History of the Earth by Karl Christoph Vogt, James Hunt (1864)
"Time requisite for such modifications.—Intermixture of Races.—Differences in prolificacy in various Mongrels.—Intermixture of White Races between themselves ..."

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