profusely

All Adverb
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  • The old weapons will, no doubt, be drawn upon him profusely enough now. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 8, No. 47, September, 1861, by Various
  • Flowers profusely in spring before the leaves appear; some of them become small trees. Cited from Manual of Gardening (Second Edition), L. H. Bailey
  • For I have done some service in my time, And not been paid profusely. Cited from The Adventure of Living, by John St. Loe Strachey
  • It will after four years of growth flower profusely in the spring.
  • During that period, art and culture developed profusely in the city.
  • She would have thanked him profusely but he did not remain to hear her. Cited from A Man and His Money, by Frederic Stewart Isham
  • If they were pulled up they would apologize profusely and hand up the right pass. Cited from "Over There" with the Australians, by R. Hugh Knyvett
  • When he brings his arm out, they see that he is bleeding profusely.
  • The dinner invitations, the evening notes, fell upon his table more profusely than ever. Cited from Trumps, by George William Curtis
  • They had already bound up my head, which was cut and bleeding profusely. Cited from Fanny Goes to War, by Pat Beauchamp
  • They bear more profusely and with less care than the old-fashioned and larger kinds. Cited from Manual of Gardening (Second Edition), L. H. Bailey
  • Upon seeing what was done the tears ran profusely down our cheeks and I thought my very heart would break. Cited from Camp of Big Bear, by Gowanlock & Delaney
  • No woman piqued herself more upon her principles, or allowed love to be made to her more profusely. Cited from Barry Lyndon, William Makepeace Thackeray
  • For a few seconds her eyes misted so profusely she could not read. Cited from The Secret of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • He perspires so profusely that it seems to me he cannot stand the waste much longer. Cited from He Knew He Was Right, by Anthony Trollope
  • I grant, in body and in mind, Nature appears profusely kind. Cited from Poetical Works of Addison; Gay's Fables; and Somerville's Chase
  • In Britain it flowers less profusely and even has a reputation for being tender.
  • But what return did they profusely give Who were dependent on the red man's corn? Cited from Town and Country, John S. Adams
  • The third video shows her just as she begins to bleed profusely.
  • The place is said to have received its name from the broom which grew here profusely. Cited from Hammersmith, Fulham and Putney, by Mitton and Geikie
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