Definition of profusion:
rankness, spate, wad, superfluity, loads, mountain, yard, potful, quantity, dozen, plateful, reams, truckload, a good/great deal of something, heap, exorbitance, volume, magnificence, bundle, power, multiplicity, good deal, wastefulness, hundred, intemperance, pack, a load of/loads of something, ton, scads, superabundance, profuseness, profligacy, sheaf, pot, mass, prolificacy, peck, lashings, waste, redundance, store, abundance, impressiveness, extravagance, redundancy, deal, fullness, big, careful, bucket, plenty, affluence, shipload, grandness, dissipation, world, sight, fistful, much, gobs, prodigality, a lot/lots, fertility, lot, carload, cornucopia, save, myriad, passel, overplus, plenitude, chunk, basketful, quite a few, surplus, all manner of something, bunch, barrel, oodles, stack, raft, mellowness, bushel, pile, richness, plenty, squander, wealth, boatload, slew, plentitude, horn of plenty, mess, lavishness, extravagancy, excess.
Now, Thuillier had spent about fifteen hundred francs himself on costs of publication, such, for instance, as copies sent in great profusion to the newspapers; but at the close of the third day seven copies only had been sold, and three of those on credit.- "The Lesser Bourgeoisie", Honore de Balzac.
- "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
There was a writing- table in the window covered with correspondence in neat little piles, for Myra was on all the charity committees in the county, and the rest of the room was given up to a profusion of fishing tackle, shooting gear, and books.- "The Mystery of the Green Ray", William Le Queux.