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profusion is a synonym of plenty

noun [ pruh-fyoo-zhuhn ]

profusion is another word for plenty

Plenty refers to enough of something to comfortably meet demand (we have plenty of space).

Profusion refers to an extravagant and excessive amount of something (a profusion of shoes).

Plenty suggests having enough to result in a reasonable amount left over, or enough to not be concerned (There’s plenty of water here for everyone).

✅ A less frequent and more formal word, profusion suggests having more of something than you could reasonably get through, or having far more than you could ever need or use (a profusion of supplies).

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genuine is a synonym of real

adjective [ jen-yoo-in ]

genuine is another word for real

Real is the best word to describe innate or actual characteristics of something, as opposed to fake, falsified, or fictional characteristics (real life; real problems).

Genuine refers to something that has the characteristics it is claimed to have (a genuine Van Gogh painting).

Real is the most general of the two words. Real describes something actual (It’s weird that we have real robots in our homes). Genuine often implies the existence of fake, knock-off, or imitation versions of the thing described (a genuine diamond ring).

✅ A real person refers to a person who actually exists, as opposed to a fictional person, but can also refer to someone who is honest and true. A genuine person only refers to a sincere person, as opposed to a hypocritical person (usually described as false or fake).

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moment is a synonym of minute

noun [ moh-muhnt ]

moment is another word for minute

Minute technically refers to a period of sixty seconds, but can be used to refer to a longer or shorter length of time (Steep the coffee for one minute; It’ll take me a minute to do my hair).

Moment emphasizes speed and shortness of time, and is generally considered shorter than a minute (Wait just a moment!).

✅ Saying you’ll do something in a minute or moment generally implies that it will be the next thing you do, or that you won’t start doing something else in the interim. But both are also used to refer to lengths of time longer than their strict definition (I’ll start class in a moment; I’ll go to the store in a minute).

✅ A hot minute can refer to either a short time or a really long time, and recently, the phrase it’s been a minute has become an informal way to say that it’s been a while since something has happened (Great to see you–it’s been a minute!).

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