Definition of 'profusion'
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She made her way past the copper beech with its old swing, down the gravelled path amidst a profusion of flowerbeds. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (1977)And then there was a blinding flash of brightness before his eyes, like fireworks exploding in uncanny profusion, blue, yellow, green, red. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (1977)Before leaving to collect Dai she had rented an apartment and prepared a room with white furniture and a profusion of toys. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1977)
Daffodils, scillas, snowdrops, hyacinths, and tiny tulips were all growing there in September in the most improbable profusion. CHARMED LIFE (1977)
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Translations for 'profusion'
British English: profusion NOUN
If there is a profusion of something or if it occurs in profusion, there is a very large quantity or variety of it.
...a delightful river with a profusion of wild flowers along its banks.
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