Origin of profusion
Examples from the Web for profusion
Despite the profusion of products, the star—as the U.N. clearly knows—will always be Posh herself.
In 2009, he said asylum-seekers "will bring with them a profusion of diseases."
It explains why fairytales boast such a profusion of curses, dragons, witches, and potions.
The island seemed rich with a profusion of all grasses and low flowers.Phantastes|George MacDonald
Around the neck and from the head are suspended a profusion of gold coins, chains, and24 other trinkets.Cyprus|Franz von Lher
They have made their home on a mountain-top, where the snow-flowers bloom in profusion, where the sea can never go.The Village of Youth|Bessie Hatton
There was food of course in profusion, and there was also, which is not always so common, splendid sauce in the form of appetite.Wrecked but not Ruined|R.M. Ballantyne
Here a profusion of garments were displayed before his eyes.Jack Harkaway's Boy Tinker Among The Turks|Bracebridge Hemyng