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fecund

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfecundfec‧und /ˈfekənd, ˈfiːkənd/ adjective formal  HBLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTable to produce many children, young animals, or crops syn fertilefecundity /fɪˈkʌndəti/ noun [uncountable]
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fecundIndeed, many of the women were unusually fecund.fecund agricultural landOne of these was the forceful Bantam, pre-eminent among the fecund Marshend females.And its business, of course, at this fecund point of the year, was that of survival - survival and reproduction.The ultimate evolutionary victory, on the theistic hypothesis, does not go to the most ruthless exterminators and most fecund replicators.You can smell the fecund rot of the jungle in every headline.The result was that Dahomean kings were very fecund, while ordinary Dahomean men were often celibate and barren.Certain questions were asked only of currently married fecund women.
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