profusion

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It is tall, with a profusion of very large globular flowers.

The profusion too, the rich and lavish bounty, of that goodly tavern!

She had been weeping, and her hair had fallen in profusion around her shoulders.

The sides are ribbed with rocks, among which the cyclamens grow in profusion.

The stalls of the sovereigns and knights exhibit a profusion of rare carving.

He touched her now profusion of curls at different cranial points.

Ragged and wretched though they were, they wore colour in profusion.

He admires the profusion of walnuts, chestnuts, wild apples and plums.

This sort of profusion is very English; and Mr. Wells, too, is essentially English.

His letters and papers are lying around us in great confusion and profusion.

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