Proficuous

Pro`fic´u`ous


a.1.Profitable; advantageous; useful.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Actually, we could find no better example of what we have just said than Lusophone music names like Paulo Flores [Angola], Marcelo D2 [Brasil], Tito Paris [Cabo Verde], Massukos [Mocambique], Da Weasel [Portugal] and many others who represent living proof of how rich, diverse and proficuous the Lusophone World is.
As when the contradictions are inescapable to the discussion, it is important to reach for what is best in each of the theories for developing a more proficuous thought.