Synonyms for Profuse:


abounding (adjective)
abundant (adjective)
ample (adjective)
substantial, great, big, extensive.
copious (adjective)
wordy, superabundant, verbose.
demonstrative (adjective)
unrestrained, effusive, unconstrained.
dense (adjective)
diffuse (adjective)
flourishing (adjective)
frequent (adjective)
generous (adjective)
munificent, unstinting.
improvident (adjective)
profuse (adjective)
prolific, lavish, opulent, unstinting, extravagant, exuberant, prodigal, lush, riotous, overflowing, luxuriant, immoderate.
verbose (adjective)
chatty, bombastic, garrulous, grandiloquent, windy, voluble, loquacious, verbose, talkative, effusive, wordy.
wasteful (adjective)
wasteful, lavish, unrestrained, indulgent, gluttonous, immoderate, prodigal, profligate, overgenerous, opulent, unconstrained, overindulgent, extravagant, pound-foolish, overflowing, overabundant, thriftless.


substantial, considerable, high, huge, enormous, great, widely, extensive. rank, dense, heavy, thick, big. excess, superabundant. spendthrift, careful, save. abundant (noun)
Overliberal, free, in profusion, unstinting, munificent, prolific, overgenerous.
profuse (noun)
luxuriant, exuberant, lush, riotous, abundant.

Other synonyms:

rank. dense. heavy. abundant
Other relevant words:
thick, exuberant, prolific, heavy, substantial, riotous, overgenerous, spendthrift, considerable, free, in profusion, luxuriant, superabundant, abundant, dense, unstinting, munificent, Overliberal, rank, lush.

Usage examples for profuse

  1. The latter were profuse in their attentions. – Where Strongest Tide Winds Blew by Robert McReynolds
  2. I don't remember ever seeing decorations so profuse or in such good taste. – The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon by José Maria Gordon
  3. It was in the first promise of a summer profuse in vegetables and fruits. – Cousin Phillis by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell