profusion

Squander vs Profusion - What's the difference?

squander | profusion |


As a verb squander

is to waste, lavish, splurge; to spend lavishly or profusely; to dissipate.

As a noun profusion is

profusion, abundance.

Ample vs Profusion - What's the difference?

ample | profusion |


As an adjective ample

is large; great in size, extent, capacity, or bulk; spacious; roomy; widely extended.

As a noun profusion is

profusion, abundance.

Profusion vs Spate - What's the difference?

profusion | spate |


As nouns the difference between profusion and spate

is that profusion is profusion, abundance while spate is .

Intemperance vs Profusion - What's the difference?

intemperance | profusion |


As nouns the difference between intemperance and profusion

is that intemperance is intemperance while profusion is profusion, abundance.

Profusion vs Recklessness - What's the difference?

profusion | recklessness | Related terms |

Profusion is a related term of recklessness.


As nouns the difference between profusion and recklessness

is that profusion is profusion, abundance while recklessness is the state or quality of being reckless or heedless, of taking unnecessary risks.

Profusion vs Rankness - What's the difference?

profusion | rankness | Related terms |

Profusion is a related term of rankness.


As nouns the difference between profusion and rankness

is that profusion is profusion, abundance while rankness is the property of being rank, of having a repulsive odor, of being stinky, foul or malodorous.

Riches vs Profusion - What's the difference?

riches | profusion | Related terms |

Riches is a related term of profusion.


As a proper noun riches

is .

As a noun profusion is

profusion, abundance.

Profusion vs Wantonness - What's the difference?

profusion | wantonness | Related terms |

Profusion is a related term of wantonness.


As nouns the difference between profusion and wantonness

is that profusion is profusion, abundance while wantonness is (uncountable) the state or characteristic of being wanton; recklessness, especially as represented in lascivious or other excessive behavior.

Profusion vs Shortage - What's the difference?

profusion | shortage |


As nouns the difference between profusion and shortage

is that profusion is profusion, abundance while shortage is a lack or deficiency; an insufficient amount.

Excessive vs Profusion - What's the difference?

excessive | profusion |


As an adjective excessive

is exceeding the usual bounds of something; extravagant; immoderate.

As a noun profusion is

profusion, abundance.

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