Profuse - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |prəˈfjuːs|  American pronunciation of the word profuse
Brit.  |prəˈfjuːs|  British pronunciation of the word profuse


- produced or growing in extreme abundance (syn: exuberant, lush, luxuriant, riotous)

Extra examples

He offered profuse apologies for being late.

They were profuse in their thanks.

Our profuse apologies to both gentlemen.

The flowers are profuse in spring.

He made profuse apologies.

Profuse sweating is one of the symptoms of heat exhaustion.

The wound was bleeding profusely.

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