polyphiloprogenitive love



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  • adjective Extremely prolific.


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From poly- + philoprogenitive.


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  • And that's just one batch of children: the Viscount was indeed polyphiloprogenitive.

    Exton Jam Peter Ashley 2008


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  • fave word from The Sound and the Fury

    April 12, 2007

  • Ah, seanmeade...how can you possibly pick a favorite word from that book? ;-)

    April 12, 2007

  • Here's an alternative citation for you, then: 'Writing in the Medical Journal of Australia, two academics made world headlines this week by endorsing a Chinese model of population control to reduce the human carbon footprint. Barry Walters, a professor of obstetrics at the University of Western Australia, has called for a carbon tax on newborns... Why pick on polyphiloprogenitive parents?'

    December 12, 2007