Pro*fu"sion (?), n. [L. profusio: cf. F. profusion.]

1.

The act of one who is profuse; a lavishing or pouring out without sting.

Thy vast profusion to the factious nobles? Rowe.

2.

Abundance; exuberant plenty; lavish supply; as, a profusion of commodities.

Addison.

 

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