1. to increase greatly in number; 2. to reproduce rapidly
– Virtual currencies are not going away and they will proliferate to every economy and every part of the planet.
– Bitcoin Mining activities continue to proliferate in Iran given the relatively low electricity costs in the country.
– The proliferation of pesticides on crops is known have a catastrophic effect on South Africa’s bee populations
generate, propagate, grow,
1. causing sleep or drowsiness; 2. feeling sleepy; 3. extremely boring
– The soporific lecture actually caused one of the students to fall asleep on his desk and begin to snore.
– That book has a soporific effect on me; each time I pick it up, I only get through a couple pages before falling asleep.
– Mary and her sister wanted an escape during ra soporific visit to their grandparents.
sleepy, drowsy, boring, dull
wide-awake, exciting, lively