Definition of Profuse. Meaning of Profuse. Synonyms of Profuse

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Definition of Profuse

Profuse
Profuse Pro*fuse", v. t. To pour out; to give or spend liberally; to lavish; to squander. [Obs.] --Chapman.

Meaning of Profuse from wikipedia

- in the mint family known by the common names profuseflower mesamint and profuse-flowered pogogyne. It is native to the Modoc Plateau and surrounding basin...
- successful social status. Prosperity often produces profuse wealth including other factors which can be profusely wealthy in all degrees, such as happiness and...
- Plumeria (Apocynaceae), native to Panama, Colombia and Venezuela. This profuse bloomer has leaves in the shape of a cobra's hood, and its flowers are...
- vomiting of intestinal contents, including bile acids and HCO− 3. Repeated or profuse vomiting may cause erosions to the esophagus or small tears in the esophageal...
- irritation of the mucous membranes of the nose, mouth and throat, resulting in profuse coughing, nasal mucus discharge, disorientation, and difficulty breathing...
- and may often lack a defined blooming season, whereby producing flowers profusely over an extended period of time, at times all-year round. The terms long-flowering...
- in his journal of 1688, noted that the eponymous wild "garlic" grew profusely in the area. According to his diary of late September 1687: ... when we...
- the sometime Genesis frontman's canon is so substantial and his hits so profuse that it feels myopic to dismiss him merely as a haughty purveyor of tortured...
- no groom. Suddenly, the crowd surrounds Teranishi, congratulating him profusely, and locks him into the temple with the bride, who greets him with a twisted...
- influences, Gondar, Ethiopia (1664–1665) The Revelation of Saint John, profusely illustrated m****cript with 126 paintings, Gondar, Ethiopia (1700–1730)...