It explains why fairytales boast such a profusion of curses, dragons, witches, and potions.
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."
The Napo region, under proper cultivation, would yield the most valuable productions of either hemisphere in profusion.
The sides are ribbed with rocks, among which the cyclamens grow in profusion.
He admires the profusion of walnuts, chestnuts, wild apples and plums.
He touched her now profusion of curls at different cranial points.
Each story is separated by massive beams, carved in a profusion of ornaments; each window has small leaded panes.
This sort of profusion is very English; and Mr. Wells, too, is essentially English.
Nature's profusion is almost inexhaustible in this division of her kingdom.