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profluent

[ prof-loo-uhnt ]
/ ˈprɒf lu ənt /
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adjective

flowing smoothly or abundantly forth.

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Origin of profluent

1400–50; late Middle English <Latin prōfluent- (stem of prōfluēns), present participle of prōfluere to flow forth. See pro-1, fluent
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British Dictionary definitions for profluent

profluent
/ (ˈprɒflʊənt) /

adjective

flowing smoothly or abundantly

Word Origin for profluent

C15: from Latin prōfluere to flow along
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