Our vocabulary blog word this week is prolific.

As
defined by Merriam-Webster, 
prolific, 

an adjective, means "producing in large quantities or with great frequency; highly productive."

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MM118
03/04/2013 3:41pm

Since the fall in the economy, the construction industry has been less prolific.
This makes sense because the economy has fallen and there is less construction.

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BW120
03/04/2013 4:04pm

Many people might say that the Dougar family is a prolific one.
This sentence makes sense beacause the Dougar family has lots of kids, and I'm sure more are on the way.

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Mr. Fodor
03/05/2013 7:20pm

Spelling

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Jm120
03/04/2013 4:14pm

Joe watched in amazement as he watched the prolific assembly line for cars.

The word prolific makes sense in this sentence because the assembly line produced many cars.

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MR4
03/04/2013 4:19pm

The prolific machine got a lot of work done over the weekend.

The word prolific makes sense in this sentence because it is saying the machine was very productive and made a lot of items over the weekend.

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CS118
03/04/2013 4:39pm

The farmers in town had a very prolific season for corn.

Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the farmers were producing corn in large quantities or with great frequency. It was a highly productive season for corn.

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JH120
03/04/2013 7:33pm

The new European perfume was prolific in the United States. The word prolific makes sense in this sentence because it is stating that the perfume was highly productive in the United States.

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jS119
03/04/2013 8:01pm

The shrimp were sold in a prolific amount.
EXplanTioN:
The shrimp were sold in a large amount

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AB119
03/04/2013 8:10pm

The workers where producing a prolific amount of newspapers.

This makes sense because they where making a lot of newspapers.

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Mr. Fodor
03/05/2013 7:27pm

Check your spelling

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AC119
03/04/2013 11:59pm

The prolific amount of lies she told was despicable.

This makes sense because she told many lies frequently.

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MAK119
03/05/2013 8:07am

The prolific car salesman was very convincing on the car deals. This makes sense because the prolific salesman was productive at his job.

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EM119
03/05/2013 8:09am

There was a prolific amount of choclate for Valenines Day.

This makes sense here because there was alot of choclate.

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zh118
03/05/2013 4:01pm

The company that produced $100,000,000 a day got prolific amounts of money. Prolific makes sense because the company frequently produces a lot of money, and prolific means to raise in large quantity's or with great frequently. .

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KB119
03/05/2013 7:32pm

She always puts in a prolific amount.

This makes sense because she puts in a large quantity.

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MS119
03/05/2013 8:30pm

The young student checked out ten library books each week because she was a prolific reader.

This makes sense because prolific means producing in large quantities or great frequency.

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AW118
03/06/2013 7:25am

The gas companies need to produce gasoline prolifically.
This makes sense because the gas companies need to produce more gas to get the prices lower.

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Bh119
03/06/2013 8:29am

Justin works in a factory with a prolific materials.

This makes sense because she has a large quantity of materials

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Mr. Fodor
03/06/2013 8:58pm

Article must agree with the subject

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mk119
03/06/2013 3:54pm

The twinkies were being produced in prolific amounts.

this makes sense because the twinkes were being massly purduced

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LT118
03/06/2013 4:27pm

Many amusement parks attract prolific crowds. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the crowds were in large quantities.

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LC118
03/06/2013 6:03pm

The prolific factory made cars at a very fast rate.

This makes sence because prolific (an adjective, means "producing in large quantities or with great frequency; highly productive.") describes the noun, factory.

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EZ120
03/06/2013 6:18pm

After each time I babysit, I put a prolific amount of money into the bank.

This makes sense because I said after babysitting, I put a large amount of money I earned into the bank to save.

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bs120
03/06/2013 6:22pm

Lemmings are very prolific.

This makes sense because lemmings make large amounts of offspring.

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pw119
03/06/2013 7:01pm

Suzukis are prolific in India.

This makes sense because Suzukis are produced in large numbers in India.

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VJW120
03/06/2013 9:02pm

Some authors can be very prolific writers.

This makes sense because the author publishes new books frequently.

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MC118
03/06/2013 9:03pm

The farm's prolific apple trees brought in the most money.

Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the apple trees produced apples in large quantities, so the trees brought in the money.

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NL120
03/06/2013 9:53pm

In the Fall a prolific amount of leaves fall.

This makes sense because the leaves fall in a large quantitiy.

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Mr. Fodor
03/10/2013 12:07pm

Capitalization

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KS119
03/06/2013 9:59pm

The bread rolls were sold in a prolific amount at the market.

The word prolific makes sense in this sentence because it is saying that the bread rolls were sold in a large amount or quantity.

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ID120
03/07/2013 3:24pm

The Cake Boss produces cakes in a prolific manner. This makes sense because the Cake Boss makes many cakes in a large quantities.

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JG119
03/07/2013 3:59pm

America is prolific with their serving sizes in meals.

This means that we put to much in our meals.

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Md119
03/07/2013 4:23pm

Their is a prolific number of stars in the sky. This makes sense because their are large amounts of stars in the sky.

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SD118
03/07/2013 5:12pm

The Build-A-Bear factory workers produced a prolific amount of stuffed animals, including bears.

This sentence makes sence because the workers produce large quantities of stuffed animals all the time.

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aw119
03/07/2013 5:57pm

After the concert a prolific amount of people applauded.
This makes sense here because there was a large amount of people there.

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NF120
03/07/2013 6:00pm

The prolific basketball player scored 44 points.

This sentence makes sense because the basketball player produces many points.

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MTB119
03/07/2013 6:00pm

Athletes make get paid prolific amount of money.
This makes sense because the athlete gets paid a large amount of money.

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ap120
03/07/2013 6:15pm

The fish were sold in a prolific amount This makes sense in this sentence because it is telling us the fish were sold in large amounts.

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EG120
03/07/2013 7:56pm

The prolific worker was rewarded when he got a raise.
This makes sense because the highly productive worker got a raise as a reward.

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BM118
03/07/2013 8:04pm

At my volleyball club, there is a prolific amount of volleyballs.

Prolific makes sense in this sentence because I am trying to explain that my gym has a lot of volleyballs.

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mw120
03/07/2013 8:27pm

Toothpicks are a prolific material, made by factories around the world.
This makes sense because toothpicks are made in with machines in very large amounts.

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cym120
03/07/2013 8:47pm

Macaroni and cheese is a prolific meal at The Macaroni Grill. This makes sense here because there they produce large quantities of macaroni and cheese.

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MB120
03/07/2013 9:17pm

The prolific system for baking biscuits increased the factory's efficiency. This makes sense because the system made large quantities of biscuits.

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mg119
03/07/2013 9:53pm

The crowd at the ceremony was prolific.

Prolific makes sense in this sentence because it is saying the there was a large number of people at the ceremony.

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BB120
03/07/2013 11:02pm

In America, iPhones and iPods are profilic. This makes sense in this sentence becuase iPhones and iPods are produced in large amounts or quantites.

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EH119
03/07/2013 11:06pm

There is a prolific amount of bruises she had on her knees looked painful.

This makes sense because it's saying that she had a large amount of bruises of her knees and it looked painful.

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BT118
03/07/2013 11:10pm

There was a prolific amount of cars at the dealership.

It makes sense because there was a large amount.

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ME120
03/08/2013 3:26pm

The prolific child finished his homework first in his class.

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jb119
03/08/2013 3:28pm

The prolific computer was extremely fast and smart.

The sentence makes sense because the computer is very fast.

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AS119
03/08/2013 3:31pm

The non-prolific student didn't do his math homework.

this makes sense because the student wasn't productive st doing homework.

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Mr. Fodor
03/10/2013 12:10pm

Example required the use of the word prolific. Spelling is also incorrect.

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ME120
03/08/2013 3:33pm

The prolific student finished his homework first in the class.
This makes sense because the student was efficient.

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TS120
03/08/2013 4:29pm

The prolific assembly line made lots of money.

Prolific makes sense in this sentence because is describes how effective the assemble line was.

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JK118
03/08/2013 8:55pm

I think the dance movement was quite an important scene for Dance competition.

It makes sense because the dancers are always moving.

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DC119
03/08/2013 10:20pm

Kyrie Irving is a prolific scorer.

This makes sense because he scores a lot.

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EK118
03/08/2013 10:24pm

The prolific factory produces about 42,000 crayons every eight hours.

This makes sense because the factory produces a lot of crayons.
Thanks for extending the due date.

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NP119
03/09/2013 11:21am

The factory produces prolific amounts of cars each day.

This makes sense because the car factory produces large quantities to meet demands.

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VW120
03/09/2013 12:40pm

Justin Bieber has a prolific number of fans.
This makes sense because Justin Bieber has a lot of fans

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CF118
03/10/2013 2:42pm

The prolific apple tree was valued by the farmer.

This makes sense because the apple tree grew many apples and was valuable to the farmer because it gave him food.

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MH118
03/10/2013 4:46pm

We have a prolific amount of pizza being made for the party.
This makes sense because we have large quantities of pizza being made for the party.

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MW118
03/10/2013 6:40pm

The leaves were falling from the sky in a prolific manner.

This makes sense because the leaves were falling in large quantities.

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AB120
03/10/2013 6:44pm

Stephen King is a prolific writer. This is correct because he has written a large number of books.

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wp118
03/10/2013 9:21pm

The engineer was prolific about the car assembly.

This makes sense because he was meeting the costumers demand.

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HG118
03/10/2013 10:20pm

There was a prolific amount of food at the homeless shelter.
This makes sense because there are large quanities of food at homeless shelters to feed all the people.

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cym120
03/11/2013 8:16am


The macaroni and cheese is a prolific meal at The Macaroni Grill. This makes sense here because they make an abundant amount of macaroni.

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LV119
03/11/2013 3:46pm

Sherlock isn't a very prolific show.

This makes sense because they've only aired six episodes since 2010.

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RC118
03/11/2013 9:39pm

The farmer produced a prolific amount of crops. This makes sense because he had an abundance of crops.

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RF118
03/11/2013 10:22pm

Baseballs are produced very prolific so they can be used all over the world.

Prolific makes sense in this content because baseballs are produced in large numbers and they are produced frequently.

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LS120
03/12/2013 7:46am

Some diseases are prolific because they are contagious. Prolific makes sense because the diseases are producing in large numbers.

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CM120
03/12/2013 5:43pm

There were prolific amount of oil at the car repair shop. This sentence makes sense because the repair shop must have a lot of oil to make the cars run better.

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jd5
03/13/2013 5:33pm

One of the most prolific tire companies is Goodyear. This makes sense in the sentence because Goodyear produces many tires.

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IT118
03/13/2013 9:38pm

She did a prolific amount of back-handsprings across the mat.
This makes sense because she did many fast back-handsprings.

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DG118
03/13/2013 10:51pm

Our school's i-pads are prolific devices for learning.
This makes sense because the i-pads are highly productive devices for learning.

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AZ120
03/14/2013 8:09am

The cow prolific milk.
makes sense because the cow produces a lot of milk.

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AZ120
03/17/2013 5:49pm

Cows are prolific because they produce a lot of milk.
this makes sense because the cow makes a lot of milk

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aw119
03/21/2013 6:34pm

The band was producing a prolific amount of lyrics.
This makes sense here because they were making a lot of song lyrics.

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SR5
03/21/2013 10:41pm

Farmers wish for prolific crops.

This makes sense, because farmers want a lot of crops to grow so they can make a living.

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ES120
05/08/2013 4:36pm

The prolific apple tree in our backyard has been givng us delicious apples for as long as i can remember.

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