Both of these factors occur during intense athletic activity, which results in profuse sweating.
The wound was nothing at all, but the profuse bleeding frightened the Mongols.
"Why, mother, you are profuse in unhappy apothegms this morning," said Joe.
Immediately an animated conversation bursts out amongst the guests, and a profuse and carefully-cooked feast is served.
Pluto was profuse in his thanks, while Monroe hunted for a match with which to view the picture.
The profuse family use of adjectives and verbs, which they unearth for themselves, was very entertaining.
The trainer was in profuse perspiration, though it was 38 degrees below zero.
The latter threw water on the stones, and the steam which arose almost immediately produced a profuse perspiration.
Though it was 43 degrees below zero, I was in a profuse perspiration.
What is subtly indicated by George Eliot is given with profuse effect by the present writer.
early 15c., "lavish, extravagant," from Latin profusus "spread out, lavish, extravagant," literally "poured forth," noun use of past participle of profundere "pour forth," from pro- "forth" (see pro-) + fundere "to pour" (see found (v.2)). Meaning "bountiful" is from c.1600. Related: Profusely; profuseness.