hyperproductive

adjective hy·per·pro·duc·tive \ ˌhī-pər-prə-ˈdək-tiv , -prō- \
variants: or hyper-productive

Definition of hyperproductive

: extremely or excessively productive
  • … a hyperproductive family whose work was very familiar to the libraries, nurseries, art galleries, seminaries and alehouses of 19th-century England.
  • —Joseph Kastner

hyperproductivity

play \ˌhī-pər-ˌprō-dək-ˈti-və-tē, -ˌprä-, -prə-ˌdək-\ or hyper-productivity noun
    • … Adams' hyperproductivity seems like a smart move—or at least a knowing wink. If there's one thing DJ Reggie tracks such as "Unicorns (Prob. Don't Exist)" can teach you—besides that the fact that unicorns probably don't exist—it's that pumping out a new song every hour might be the only way to keep up in this Band of the Day age.
    • —Melissa Maerz

First Known Use of hyperproductive

1966

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