Definition of prolificacy in US English:

prolificacy

noun

  • See prolific

    • ‘Breed differences will effect prolificacy, conformation and growth rate of your flock.’
    • ‘Their side benefited most from the prolificacy of their neighbours, but Jim Duffy's men hovered steadfastly in a holding pattern without achieving lift off.’
    • ‘Syrie Johnson goes behind the scenes at the Oscars and finds a prolificacy of pampering, plucking, pinching and preening - all in the pursuit of celebrity’
    • ‘In tracking weblogs popularity and prolificacy are the equivalent of relevance and retrieval.’
    • ‘Despite their solidly middle-class roots, the Boultings offered an example of how enthusiastic hopefuls could carve a name for themselves in film from the bottom up through sheer determination and prolificacy.’

Pronunciation

prolificacy

/prəˈlɪfɪkəsi//prəˈlifikəsē/