Profuse

имя прилагательное 1) обильный, щедрый Например: profuse bleeding — обильное кровотечение profuse discharge — обильное выделение (гноя) profuse harvest — щедрый, обильный урожай Our profuse apologies to both gentlemen. — Тысяча извинений от нас обоим джентльменам. The flowers are profuse in spring. — Весной много цветов. Синоним(ы): plentiful, copious 2) щедрый, чрезмерный Например: to be profuse in one's compliments — быть щедрым на комплименты Синоним(ы): extravagant

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Profuse

adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin profusus, past participle of profundere to pour forth, from pro- forth + fundere to pour — more at found 1. pouring forth liberally ; extravagant
Example: profuse in their thanks 2. exhibiting great abundance ; bountiful
Example: a profuse harvestprofusely adverbprofuseness noun Synonyms: profuse, lavish, prodigal, luxuriant, lush, exuberant mean giving or given out in great abundance. profuse implies pouring forth without restraint
Example: profuse apologies. lavish suggests an unstinted or unmeasured profusion
Example: a lavish party. prodigal implies reckless or wasteful lavishness threatening to lead to early exhaustion of resources
Example: prodigal spending. luxuriant suggests a rich and splendid abundance
Example: a luxuriant beard. lush suggests rich, soft luxuriance
Example: a lush green lawn. exuberant implies marked vitality or vigor in what produces abundantly
Example: an exuberant imagination.

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