profluent

profluent

(ˈprɒflʊənt)
adj
flowing smoothly or abundantly
[C15: from Latin prōfluere to flow along]

prof•lu•ent

(ˈprɒf lu ənt)

adj.
flowing smoothly or abundantly forth.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin prōfluent- (s. of prōfluēns), present participle of prōfluere to flow forth. See pro-1, fluent]
References in classic literature ?
Nor after resurrection shall he stay Longer on Earth then certaine times to appeer To his Disciples, Men who in his Life Still follow'd him; to them shall leave in charge To teach all nations what of him they learn'd And his Salvation, them who shall beleeve Baptizing in the profluent streame, the signe Of washing them from guilt of sin to Life Pure, and in mind prepar'd, if so befall, For death, like that which the redeemer dy'd.
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For example, in a scene where he is interviewing to participate in an episode of "The Real World," Eggers derails into a biting metafictional polemic, decrying expectations of autobiography's profluent affective "truth." Like the ever-renewing supply of sexual fluids, traumatic memories are, for Eggers, leftover commodities--disposable knowledge, histories of trivial habits.
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In Untitled (Cosmetics), 1997, Closky collaged the ubiquitous flow and spills of beauty products into a profluent maze of turquoise squirts.
Wetherby: 1.05 Noshinannikin, 2.10 Red Striker, 3.20 Profluent.
Profluent can occasionally be an old dodgepot and Martin Pipe pair Polar Champ and McHattie appeal more.
The pick of her form from last season suggests she isn't too badly treated off a handicap mark of 120 and the Mick Easterby-trained filly can score at the main expense of Profluent who is seeking a hat-trick.
PROFLUENT: A faller when beaten last time so best watched.
Profluent is one to bear in mind for a classy handicap chase this winter.
Haydock: 12.35 Profluent, 1.35 Silver Socks, 2.05 Man On The Hill, 2.35 Another Chance, 3.10 Scotton Green.
A narrow runner-up to Profluent at Ayr earlier this month, his form looks rock solid following another recent victory by the winner.