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profuse
used in Interview with the Vampire

2 uses
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Definition
abundant (a lot of something)
  • I feared for her-though she could bewitch almost anyone into assisting her if she found herself too far away from home, and had many times persuaded strangers to bring her to her very door, to her father, who thanked them profusely for returning his lost daughter.
    Part 1 (98% in)
  • I found myself at home there, again forsaking dreams of ethereal simplicity for what another's gentle insistence had given me, because the air was sweet like the air of our courtyard in the Rue Royale, and all was alive with a shocking profusion of gas light that rendered even the ornate lofty ceilings devoid of shadows.
    Part 3 (2% in)

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