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prolific
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • He was a stout bluff-looking gentleman, with no shirt-collar to speak of, and a beard that had been growing since yesterday morning; for Dr Lumbey was popular, and the neighbourhood was prolific; and there had been no less than three other knockers muffled, one after the other within the last forty-eight hours.

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  • She is a prolific artist.
  • It is a prolific pear tree.

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