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profuse
used in The Age of Innocence

2 uses
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Definition
abundant (a lot of something)
  • The young man, after a just perceptible hesitation, replied, with profuse thanks, and in a tone that did not carry complete conviction, that he was already engaged; but when they had reached the comparative reassurance of the street he asked if he might call that afternoon.
    Chapter 25 (27% in)
  • Mingott is much better: the doctor feels no anxiety whatever"; and Lefferts, with profuse expressions of relief, asked him if he had heard that there were beastly bad rumours again about Beaufort....
    Chapter 28 (15% in)

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