profuseness


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In a later poem, "Atonal Music" (1995), Ashbery describes the aesthetic remoteness, profuseness, vagueness, and even particular images standing out within the "vague" ambiance of memory.
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.
To observe this contrast is not to treat the novel's linguistic profuseness like a symptom, but to pinpoint its entanglement in the crises it rehearses.
32) And Richard Dorset was notorious for his extravagant expenditures on his clothing and his love of gambling; Clifford repeatedly criticizes him for "his profuseness in consuming his estate" (63) and for his "excessive prodigality in house-keeping, & other Noble ways at Court, as Tilting, Masquing, and the like" (65).
Universities and other academic institutions of the closed community have accordingly isolated those concerned with reflexive arguments in philosophy departments, where the echoes of these arguments are refracted inwards at their originators, who are sometimes deluded, by the profuseness of these echoes, that they have engaged the 'men-on-the-street' in their dialogue.
His journal teems with details about the same profuseness of vegetation that hypnotized other Victorian nature writers:
a lavish Profuseness, plenty of Orange and Lemon Flowers, and to
Newsprint yellows, parchment shrinks, but the Internet presents old information on perpetually fresh pages, juxtaposing the sacred, the scientific and the obscene in a mad jumble whose sure attributes are profuseness and ready availability.
20) In book 3, the natural profuseness of the land is invoked and, in each case, identified with illogic: