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pro·fu·sion

 (prə-fyo͞o′zhən, prō-)
n.
1. The state of being profuse; abundance.
2. Lavish or unrestrained expense; extravagance.
3. A profuse outpouring or quantity: "A profusion of chiles—mild Anaheim to hot jalapeño—perks up everything" (Gene Bourg).

pro•fu•sion

(prəˈfyu ʒən)

n.
1. abundance; abundant quantity.
2. a great quantity or amount (often fol. by of).
3. lavish spending; extravagance.
[1535–45; < Latin]

Profusion

 an abundance; a large number.
Examples: profusion of ancestors, 1709; of blood, 1743; of commodities; of gifts, 1546; of ideas; of promises; of tomes, 1752.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.profusion - the property of being extremely abundantprofusion - the property of being extremely abundant; "the profusion of detail"; "the idiomatic richness of English"
abundance, copiousness, teemingness - the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply; "an age of abundance"
overgrowth - a profusion of growth on or over something else
greenness, verdancy, verdure - the lush appearance of flourishing vegetation
wilderness - a bewildering profusion; "the duties of citizenship are lost sight of in the wilderness of interests of individuals and groups"; "a wilderness of masts in the harbor"

profusion

profusion

noun
2. A great deal:
Informal: barrel, heap, lot, pack, peck, pile.
Regional: power, sight.
Translations
فَيْض، وَفْرَه، غَزارَه
záplava
væld
runsaustörsäysylenpalttisuusyltäkylläisyys
pazar bőség
ofgnótt
bollukçokluk

profusion

[prəˈfjuːʒən] Nprofusión f, abundancia f
there was a profusion of wines to choose fromhabía una gran profusión or abundancia de vinos de entre los que elegir
orchids bloomed in profusionlas orquídeas florecieron profusamente or en abundancia
a profusion of colourun derroche de color, una gran profusión de color

profusion

[prəˈfjuːʒən] n [flowers, plants] → profusion f
in profusion → à profusion

profusion

nÜberfülle f, → verschwenderische Fülle; trees in profusionBäume in Hülle und Fülle; his painting was a wild profusion of reds and bluessein Gemälde war eine Orgie in Rot und Blau

profusion

[prəˈfjuːʒn] nprofusione f, abbondanza
in profusion → a profusione

profuse

(prəˈfjuːs) adjective
(too) plentiful; excessive. profuse thanks.
proˈfusely adverb
proˈfusion (-ʒən) noun
(sometimes with a) (too) great abundance. a profusion of flowers.
References in classic literature ?
Isn't Tolosa the proper field for your abilities, for your sympathies, for your profusions, for your generosities - the king without a crown, the man without a fortune
We've been 50 Lessons' distribution partner for over three years," says Bruno Beuzelin, founder of Profusions, "and the opportunity came together for us to co-produce and showcase interviews with some of our own leaders when Jens, Liv and Nils agreed to be filmed.
The Profusions will be attractive because they offer lots of power at a low price.