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

Other words from hyperproductive

hyperproductivity \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, in the meaning defined above

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