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Profusely definition, spending or giving freely and in large amount, often to excess; extravagant (often followed by in): profuse praise. See more.

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Giving or given freely and abundantly; extravagant: were profuse in their compliments. [Middle English, lavish, from Latin profūsus, past participle of profundere, ...

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profusely (comparative more profusely, superlative most profusely). In great quantity or abundance; in a profuse manner. The run left him sweating profusely.

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to make or do something massively. When I was in the tent, I farted profusely all night long. #massive #massively #major #bigtime #uber #hugetime #profusely.

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Profuse | plentiful, copious, or abundant | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations.

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Profusely is defined as something done in an abundant way, or something done or provided in great quantities. When you thank someone over and over for his ...

profuse - definition of profuse in English from the Oxford dictionary


1.1 archaic (Of a person) extravagant: they are profuse in hospitality. More example sentences. My brother and his wife were profuse in their appreciation.

profusely - definition of profusely in English from the Oxford dictionary


To a great degree; in large amounts: the book is profusely illustrated with period photos a man bleeding profusely from a head wound [ as submodifier ] : the ...

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Profuse | Definition of Profuse by Merriam-Webster


given, produced, or existing in large amounts. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: profuse in a sentence. Tip: Synonym guide.

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Profusely is another way of saying "excessively." If you sweat profusely whenever your crush walks into a room, you might reconsider your ban on deodorant ...

profuse Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary


profuse definition, meaning, what is profuse: produced or given in large amounts: . Learn more.