I hate flying at the best of times - to me it's an experience so scary I enter a terror-induced silence for the duration of a flight, sweat with a worrying profuseness
and momentarily rediscover my Christianity with a prayer to God and Jesus for a death-free journey.
The synonymous verbs gush, hush, rush are cognate with 1-3 in the sense of profuseness
and are synonyms of flush and of each other in the sense of pour forth rapidly.
His journal teems with details about the same profuseness
of vegetation that hypnotized other Victorian nature writers:
20) In book 3, the natural profuseness
of the land is invoked and, in each case, identified with illogic:
Caught in the profuseness
of its naming and categorizing, the show begs various questions, the most obvious of which is: why Britain?
The problem Defoe has pinning credit down, and the profuseness
of speculation generated around her, are echoed in the stories of the hoop-petticoat told by a female "correspondent" in Spectator 127.