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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kcm7
03/04/2013 3:43pm

My younger brother has a prolific amount of Legos around our house. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because my brother keeps building more and more Legos all over our house.

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BTB6
03/04/2013 3:53pm

The Girl Scouts of America sell a prolific amount of cookies. Prolific makes sense in this context because the Girl Scouts sell lots of cookies.

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AV7
03/04/2013 3:57pm

Lionel Messi is a prolific scorer.

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Mr. Fodor
03/05/2013 7:10pm

Requires second sentence.

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JP6
03/04/2013 4:48pm

The prolific factory was highly productive. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because it means highly productive and producing in large quantities.

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AM6
03/04/2013 4:58pm

The prolific company made thousands of sales each week. The word prolific makes sense when used in this context because it means that the company was highly productive and sold many products each week.

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km7
03/04/2013 5:06pm

The prolific soccer player scored 1 goals in one game. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the highly productive soccer player scored 3 goals in 1 game.

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SH6
03/04/2013 5:28pm

The Job's family raised a prolific amount of funds for the Children's Cancer Research Foundation on July 17, 2012. This sentence makes sense because the Job's family raised a very large amount of money for the research center.

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Mr. Fodor
03/05/2013 6:37pm

apostrophes

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JJ8
03/04/2013 5:39pm

The prolific apple tree produced a vast amount of apples. The sentence makes sense because the apple tree produced a large quantity.

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KM6
03/04/2013 5:49pm

IKEA, a Swedish company, has many prolific factories world wide that produce furniture. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because it tells that IKEA has many factories all over the world that are highly productive in the furniture market.

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kg8
03/04/2013 5:59pm

The prolific teacher graded all the tests in one night. This sentence makes sense because the teacher is very productive, so he graded all the tests in one night.

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HS7
03/04/2013 6:48pm

A prolific writer can produce over two books a year. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because a highly productive writer can produce over two books a year.

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jh7
03/04/2013 6:58pm

Apple products these days are becoming very prolific

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sa6
03/04/2013 7:15pm

The voltage of the torn cable was very prolific when the man touched it. The word prolific in this sentence means that there was a very high voltage when the man touched the wire.

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AP7
03/04/2013 7:18pm

The prolific writer created over fifty books. This sentence makes sense because the writer was productive and created many books.

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vv8
03/04/2013 7:33pm

The inventor was very prolific and was known across the country for his many contributions to modern science. This makes sense because the inventor had many well-known creations.

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RR6
03/04/2013 7:44pm

The factories produced a prolific amount of weapons during the war. This makes sense because the factories made a lot of weopons.

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GH6
03/04/2013 8:36pm

Because of its many workers, the factory's steel production was prolific. Prolific makes sense in this context because the steel production was highly productive.

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SS6
03/04/2013 9:06pm

Aaron Rodgers is a prolific passing quarterback in the NFL. This makes sense in this context because it is explaining he is a highly productive quarterback.

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ANH7
03/05/2013 7:17am

The new gum was profitic at the store. This sentence makes sense becuase the gum was a high seller at the store.

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MR7
03/05/2013 8:25am

The genetically modified crops are prolific in comparison to the organic plants. Prolific can be used here because genetics can create a plant with a higher yield.

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PN7
03/05/2013 4:13pm

Agatha Christie was a prolific writer, as she continually wrote books.
Prolific is used correctly since Agatha had numerous published books during her life.

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LT7
03/05/2013 5:08pm

The organization donated a prolific amount of food to the needy. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the organization donating a lot of food to the needy.

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mc7
03/05/2013 5:25pm

The apple tree was prolific this year. This sentence makes sense because the apple tree produced a large amount of apples.

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EH7
03/05/2013 5:33pm

There was a prolific amount of flour left over from baking the cake. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because there was a large quantity of flour left over from baking the cake.

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EH6
03/05/2013 6:59pm

Hyundai made a prolific amount of the new 2014 car models. Prolific makes sense here because Hyundai made a large amount of new cars.

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OA8
03/05/2013 7:27pm

My brother is a prolific basketball scorer. This sentence says that my brother is a basketball player who scores a lot.

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EL8
03/05/2013 8:29pm

The prolific boy finished all his homework in 30 minutes. This makes sense because the highly productive boy finished all his homework in 30 minutes.

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kb7
03/05/2013 8:40pm

There are a prolific amount of feathers in this pillow.

This makes sense because their is a large amount of feathers in the pillow.

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AH7
03/05/2013 10:00pm

The factory made a prolific amount of napkins this year. Prolific makes sense because it manufactured a lot of napkins.

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ANO8
03/06/2013 7:41am

The prolific factory produced large quantities.
This sentence makes sense because the factory produced large quantities.

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vv6
03/06/2013 4:08pm

There was a prolific amont of food left after the party was over. This sentence makes sense because there ws a large amount of food left.

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BK8
03/06/2013 4:16pm

The teacher gave her a prolific amount of homework.
Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the teacher gave her a large quantity of homework.

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mk8
03/06/2013 4:53pm

I have a prolific collection of footballs. The sentence makes sense because I have tons of footballs.

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sj6
03/06/2013 5:00pm

The swelling joy in the room caused a prolific amount of happiness to emanate from the people inhabiting it.
The word prolific makes sense in his context because there was a very large amount of happiness caused by the joy of the people in the room.

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ET7
03/06/2013 5:08pm

The automobile factory manufactured a prolific amount of cars the past year. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the automobile factory is producing a large amount of cars at a frequent rate.

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JM8
03/06/2013 5:41pm

The prolific basketball player scored 26 points in one game. Prolific makes sense here because he scored quite a bit of points i one game.

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as7
03/06/2013 5:44pm

There was a prolific amount of chocolate left over from Christmas Day. This makes sense because there was a large amount of chocolate left over from Christmas.

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DG8
03/06/2013 6:17pm

Malley's Chocolate has produced a prolific amount of chocolate bars and candy. It makes sense because they produce a large amount of chocolate.

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VD7
03/06/2013 6:24pm

The gardener had a prolific season. This sentence makes sense because the gardener had a highly productive season.

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mh8
03/06/2013 7:55pm

There was a prolific amount of questions during Kara's final math exam. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because Kara had many questions on her math exam.

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cp6
03/06/2013 8:05pm

The renown poet published a prolific amount of poems during his career. The word prolific makes sense in this sentence because the poet produced and published a large quantity of poems during his career.

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GF8
03/06/2013 8:24pm

I used a prolific amount of chocolate chips in my cookie dough. This sentences makes sense because I used a large amount of chocolate chips.

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jd8
03/06/2013 8:25pm

This winter's snowfall has been very prolific. Prolific belongs in this sentense because this winter's snowfall has been quiet frequent bringing large quantities.

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AT7
03/06/2013 8:55pm

Christiano Ronaldo scores a prolific amount of goals during each season. This makes since in the sentence because he scores a lot of goals.

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KK6
03/06/2013 9:26pm

The prolific recipe fed over twenty people at the meeting. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the recipe fed a large quantity of people.

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LG6
03/06/2013 9:39pm

There is a prolific amount of chocolate chips in the Nestle bag. This sentence makes sense because there is a great amount of chocolate chips in the Nestle bag.

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cm6
03/06/2013 9:43pm

J.K. Rowling is a prolific writer of children's literature. This makes sense because she has written many books throughout her career.

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BC6
03/07/2013 4:01pm

John is a prolific student. This makes sense in this context because John is a highly productive student.

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EB6
03/07/2013 4:52pm

This artist has made a prolific amount of paintings.
This word makes sense in this sentence because the artist has made a large ammount of paintings.

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MH6
03/07/2013 5:10pm

My sister has a prolific amount of snow globes in her collection. The word makes sense because my sister has a lot of snow globes in her collection.

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OS8
03/07/2013 5:20pm

The prolific shoe company made millions of dollars a week in sales. This word makes sense in this sentence because prolific means to produce in large quantities.

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em6
03/07/2013 5:23pm

Lebron is a prolific basketball player. It makes sense because he is highly productive to his team.

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CN8
03/07/2013 5:37pm

The prolific grocery store has much needed things. This makes sense because the grocery store has a lot of things people need.

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cw8
03/07/2013 6:05pm

They raised a prolific amount of money to help the cause.

They raised a large amount of money.

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KFM7
03/07/2013 6:20pm

There is a prolific amount of hair on my head. This makes sense because there is a lot of hair on my head.

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BB6
03/07/2013 6:55pm

The prolific shoemaker had to produce a great number of shoes. The word prolific makes sense in this sentence because the shoemaker had a make shoes in a large quantities.

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JT7
03/07/2013 7:04pm

The U.S. debt is in a prolific state. The word makes sence because the debt is constantly going up.

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RS7
03/07/2013 7:42pm

The factory workers were making a prolific amount of basketballs.

This makes sense because the factory workers were making a large amount of basketballs.

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RD8
03/07/2013 8:01pm

The factory produced prolific amounts of candy. Prolific makes sense because it produced a large amount.

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GC8
03/07/2013 8:22pm

Walmart had a prolific abundance of medals for being a great store. Prolific makes scence because there are many medals that walmart is proud of.

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HV8
03/07/2013 8:45pm

The prolific manager of the company brought it high in sales. This sentence makes sense because the manager was highly productive.

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ER8
03/07/2013 8:58pm

On the day of the party, we were very prolific by baking 45 cakes. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because we were being very productive and producing a large number of cakes.

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MW6
03/07/2013 9:03pm

Willam Shakespere was a very prolific playwright. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because he wrote many good plays and performances.

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MF8
03/07/2013 9:29pm

Beckham wishes he was a prolific scorer. This makes sense bacause in my opinion he does not score much.

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TP8
03/07/2013 9:37pm

The prolific basketball player scored many points for the team. It makes sense because he scored a large quantity of points.

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BL8
03/07/2013 10:00pm

The Cavaliers fans were heartbroken as they came to the realization that their team could not compete with Blake Griffin's prolific dunking.

Prolific makes sense in this sentence because Blake Griffin's dunks kept coming and could not be stopped.

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JT6
03/07/2013 10:11pm

Ernest Hemingway was a prolific writer; he wrote dozens of well-known novels. Prolific makes sence in this sentence because he wrote many books over many years.

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gk7
03/07/2013 10:33pm

The clouds produced a prolific amount of precipitation this winter. Prolific makes sense in the sentence because the clouds created a large amount of precipitation.

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hm8
03/07/2013 10:38pm

Alex Taylor has a prolific amount of Elite socks. This works because Alex has a lot of Elites.

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CH7
03/07/2013 11:29pm

The company's products have been prolific these past few weeks. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the company's products have been increasing in large numbers and have been highly productive.

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BR7
03/08/2013 10:36pm

The Great Wall of China was prolific. The word prolific makes sense in this context because large quantities of it were built over a long period of time.

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IH6
03/09/2013 2:13pm

My sister has a prolific amount of hair ties around the house. This sentence makes sence beause my sister has alot of hair ties around the house.

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MS6
03/11/2013 10:44am

I bought a prolific amount of cookies from Giant Eagle because i love cookies. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because i bought a large amount of cookies from Giant Eagle because i love cookies.

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EB7
03/11/2013 4:57pm

There was a prolific amount of leftover Kobe's because no one wanted them. This make sense because no one bought Kobe's because no one likes him left a large number of unwanted shoes.

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ES8
03/12/2013 10:27pm

The farmer harvested a prolific amount of corn. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because it describes the abundant amount of corn produced.

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NB6
03/13/2013 3:44pm

The store has a prolific amount of shoes. Prolific makes sense in this sentence because the store has alot of shoes.

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