7. vegetables, fruits, greens, Brit, green-grocery.
8. offspring, spawn, brood, hatch, issue,
producer, n. 1. creator, grower, maker, builder, fabricator, manufacturer; innovator, initiator, originator; one who gets things done or out, worker, laborer, digger, miner, workhorse.
2. director, auteur, manager, stage manager; entrepreneur, impresario; backer, broker for angels, angel,
product, n. 1. production, produce, by-product; output, turnout, goods, offerings; work, handiwork, artifact, representation, symbol, image, creation.
2. result, effect, outcome, fallout, repercussion, echo, reverberation,
production, n. 1. creation, origination, producing, manufacture, fabrication, formation, making, shaping; assembling, assemblage, putting together, execution, construction, building, preparation.
2. output, turnout, goods, offerings; work, handiwork, artifact, by-product. See - produce (def. 6).
3. composition, piece; publication, book, volume, tome, novel, story; handicrafts, arts and crafts; painting, work of art, opus, Fr. oeuvre; brainchild, invention.
4. exhibition, display, presentation, staging; disclosure, revelation, opening.
5. drama, theatrical performance, play, show, stage show, theater, performance; concert, opera, musical comedy, musical; film, motion picture, moving picture, movie; artistic direction or management.
productive, adj. 1. generative, fructificative, frui-tive, fruit-bearing; reproductive, propagative, propa-gatory, propagational, progenitive, multiplicative, regenerative; formative, shaping, constructive, making; creative, inventive, imaginative, resourceful, ingenious; energetic, energetical, vigorous, dynamic, forcible, effective, worth one's salt, worthwhile, valuable, invaluable.
2. fertile, yielding, fruitful, fructiferous, feracious; fecund, prolific, proliferative, proliferous; pregnant, copious, rich, rank, Rare, uberous; fructuous, profitable, remunerative, paying, well-paying, fat.
productivity, n. 1. generativity, reproductiveness, progenitiveness, productiveness; creativity, creativeness, inventiveness, imaginativeness, imagination, resourcefulness, ingenuity, originality.
2. fertility, fertileness, fruitfulness, Rare, feracity; fecundity, prolificness, prolificalness, prolificacy; copiousness, copiosity, pregnancy, richness, rankness, Rare, uberity.
3. output, yield, production.
profanation, n. 1. irreverence, indevoutness, irre-ligion, impiety, ungodliness, unholiness, profanity, profaning, profaneness; blasphemy, sacrilege, desecration; unrighteousness, unvirtuousness, consciencelessness, immorality; godlessness, sinfulness, iniquity, peccancy, wickedness, reprobacy.
2. debasement, degradation, dishonoring, prostitution; defilement, perversion, contamination, infection, vitiation, befoulment, pollution; misuse, ill-usage, misemployment, misapplication; abuse, maltreatment, violation, outrage,
profane, adj. 1. irreverent, indevout, irreligious, infidel, impious, ungodly; secularist, atheistic, free-thinking, disbelieving, unbelieving, faithless; blasphemous, sacrilegious, desecrative; heretical, not-born-again, unsaved, unchristian, impenitent, unrepentant, living in a state of sin, bound for hell; un-saintly, unvirtuous, unrighteous, conscienceless, immoral, reprobate; godless, iniquitous, sinful, peccant, wicked, satanic, diabolic.