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profuse
used in Catch-22

3 uses
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Definition
abundant (a lot of something)
  • He was breathing hard and sweating profusely.
    Chapter 25 — The Chaplain (36% in)
  • Along the ground suddenly, on both sides of the path, he saw dozens of new mushrooms the rain had spawned poking their nodular fingers up through the clammy earth like lifeless stalks of flesh, sprouting in such necrotic profusion everywhere he looked that they seemed to be proliferating right before his eyes.
    Chapter 14 — Kid Sampson (77% in)
  • 'But he's still bleeding profusely.
    Chapter 41 — Snowden (8% in)

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