improlific

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From im- +‎ prolific.

Adjective[edit]

improlific (comparative more improlific, superlative most improlific)

  1. (obsolete) not prolific
    • 1662, Thomas Fuller, History of the Worthies of England
      [] though he had so strong a brain and body, yet he lived and died childless, inter-commoning therein with many Worthies, who are, according to Elius Spartianus, either improlific, or have children in genitorum vituperium et famarum Icesuram.