[ prof-loo-uhnt ]
/ ˈprɒf lu ənt /
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flowing smoothly or abundantly forth.
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How to use profluent in a sentence
Formerly the bed-coverings were spotlessly white, but the profluent tide of color has included these also.The Ladies Book of Useful Information|Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for profluent
/ (ˈprɒflʊənt) /
flowing smoothly or abundantly
Word Origin for profluent
C15: from Latin prōfluere to flow along
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