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profusely

[ pruh-fyoos-lee, proh‐ ]
/ prəˈfyus li, proʊ‐ /
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adverb
to a great or excessive extent; abundantly or extravagantly: Every inch of wall surface both inside and outside of the temple is profusely decorated with exquisite images of flora and fauna.
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Origin of profusely

OTHER WORDS FROM profusely

un·pro·fuse·ly, adverb
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