profusion in English
Use "profusion" in a sentence
1. Summer is in riotous profusion.
2. Entities are being multiplied with incredible profusion.
3. The weeds grew in wanton profusion.
4. Plates and barbells lie scattered in lazy profusion.
5. Roses grew in profusion against the old wall.
6. Cornflowers grow in profusion in the fields.
7. Roses were growing in profusion against the old wall.
8. The book teems with a Flemish profusion of detail.
9. A profusion of fresh flowers surrounded the tables.
10. Condominiums and shopping malls have sprung up in profusion.
11. The house was overflowing with a profusion of strange ornaments.
12. I had seen some before, but never in such profusion.
13. A profusion of leaves bursts out on trees in the springtime.
14. 11 The house was overflowing with a profusion of strange ornaments.
15. Spectacular real furs and overworked multi-tone coiffures survive in profusion.
16. There is a profusion of flowers in the garden in summer.
17. She'd never seen flowers so beautiful and in such profusion.
18. Late bluebells grew in profusion on the tumbled remains of the great mound.
19. His house is spacious and commodious, and furnish with profusion and elegance.
20. Corn marigolds grew in profusion forming yellow strips in the oat fields.
21. They got hot under their starched collars about an obscene profusion of textual practices.
22. I was remarking on the recent profusion of books and articles on the matter.
23. The Dart is a delightful river with a profusion of wild flowers along its banks.
24. His hair, mingled black and blond, fell in Italianate profusion, knotted ringlets to his shoulders.
25. But for once we had chosen mid-summer - and wild flowers bloomed in profusion.
26. The water hyacinth grows in profusion and tends to choke up the local rivers.
27. The creamy yellow flowers grew in profusion on the slopes of an old railway embankment.
28. This seems likely, to judge from the profusion and confusion of qualifications and subordinate clauses.
29. 5 They got hot under their starched collars about an obscene profusion of textual practices.
30. 20 The Dart is a delightful river with a profusion of wild flowers along its banks.
31. On the way Olive Williams pointed out snowdrops which had naturalised and were growing in profusion.
32. Following the work of Rawls, however, there has been a profusion of important contributions to liberal political philosophy.
33. 5 Inside, the Sirius is bright and spacious, with a profusion of plants adorning the public rooms.
34. East Indian tree bearing a profusion of intense vermilion velvet-textured blooms and yielding a yellow dye.
35. While the relatively tame pace accounts for a profusion of retirees, it apparently also suits many younger families.
36. 10 On the way Olive Williams pointed out snowdrops which had naturalised and were growing in profusion.
37. 7) On the way Olive Williams pointed out snowdrops which had naturalised and were growing in profusion.
38. Now, Taheb had set it with large earthenware tubs, from which a profusion of tall dark-green plants grew.
39. Outside the night had turned clear and bitterly cold, and the stars were massed in all their intolerable profusion.
40. The profusion of such didactic depictions compensates richly for the diminution of the aesthetic trends of the earlier phase .
41. Just now with the flowers it is a profusion of colour and our cemetery leaves nothing to be desired.
42. 29 The Gorbals produced flyweight boxers and hard drinkers in profusion in the 1930s, and Lynch died there 6 August 19
43. The maps of tomography, anti-continents at the core-mantle boundary and hot-spot plumes presented a monumental profusion of ideas.
44. Many experienced speakers mar their conversations as well as their orations with a profusion of ums and ers which distract attention.
45. Stein-am-Rhein Cars are banned from its cobbled streets, which are flanked by a positively intoxicating profusion of old buildings.
46. The Gorbals produced flyweight boxers and hard drinkers in profusion in the 1930s, and Lynch died there 6 August 19
47. Whether clipped into shape or left natural, barberry is a formidable barrier thanks to its dense foliage and profusion of thorns.
48. Your profusion makes me saving; and if you lament over him much longer, my heart will be as light as a feather.
49. And these plastic and transparent furniture that connect profusion of fully lovely, colour also rose indeed " illume " the action that lives in an environment.
50. When the land is dry and colorless, this beautiful wild jewel puts forth a profusion of flowers that glow when illuminated by the sun.