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capable of reproducing

characterized by great productivity

Synonyms for fecund

capable of producing offspring or vegetation

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intellectually productive

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foul ditches or dried-up Pyrenean brooks alone bring back to fecund
Additionally, other research suggests red snapper is a "periodic strategist" in regards to its productivity--it's one of the most fecund and highly productive spawners on the planet.
(1) Among fecund women, 81% of those who said in a given survey round that they did not want any more children reported the same preference in the next round, typically 7-10 months later; similarly, 79% of those who did want a child in the future felt the same at the subsequent survey.
Eventually, they bore us into submission and we simply vote for the one with the nicest hair, or the most stylish yet inexpensive Tory MP Winterton clothes, or the most fecund wife.
an incantation of the American experience, and her Nixon is our presidential Everyman." On stage, certainly, Goodman's poetry and Adams's fecund musical invention make for a very theatrical piece that melds big public issues with intimate private perspectives as well as any opera of any age.
On the one hand there is the world, familiar and chronicled and rendered fecund by her inimitable language, and on the other hand there is an absence or a stillness, a kind of no-man's-land--both tranquil and pagan, perhaps--where we find out what animates or links our blood and bones.
Pelevin's dazzling vision and considerable gusto convey rare delight in his sexually charged, fecund world of self-made dreams.
For many decades, "three-ring circus" was not chiefly an expression connoting something wild or confusing; it was firsthand experience--the fecund smells, the electric colors--of wildness and confusion.
fester and roll and tumble in the fecund belly of the mighty Sea.
We all know what follows; a fecund carpet, an asp, an empire almost lost to a pair of kohl-rimmed eves.
As these pages show, and as writer Monroe tells us, Newton "created images of modern Florida that symbolized the state as the place to really be alive, to raise a family in its fecund wilds, and to find solace as one looks back at life in retirement.
Thanks to Randy Gener for mentioning our book, David Kaplan's Tennessee Williams in Provincetown (Hansen Publishing Group) in his thoughtful essay ("A Fecund Harbor for Tennessee Williams," Dec.
"Berkeley": I am thinking of the city of Cata Huyuk, / elder sister of Jericho, nexus / of stone-age trade, shrine of the chthonic / goddess and her fecund, polyandrous / queens.
The three most fecund ones are John Edwards, Fred Thompson and Hillary Clinton; the three most recalcitrant are John McCain, Mike Huckabee and Barack Obama.
Too much time inside reduces young people's conception of what it means to be a physical creature on this fecund planet.