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Plentiful, copious, abundant; giving or spending freely, often to excess, as in profuse praise.

The little flower which at this season stars our woods and roadsides with its profuse blooms, might attract even eyes as stern as theirs with its humble beauty.

—Ralph Waldo Emerson Speech on the second centennial anniversary of Concord, Massachusetts, September 12, 1835

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