Another word for profuse
abundant, extravagant, lavish, liberal, prodigal, bountiful, overflowing, luxuriant, lush, plentiful, copious, prolific, in profusion, generous, free, munificent, unstinting, profligate, wasteful, overliberal, overgenerous, excessive; see also plentiful 1, 2, wasteful.
profuse implies a pouring or giving forth freely, often to the point of excess profuse thanks; lavish implies an unstinted, generous, sometimes unreasonably liberal, giving lavish attentions; extravagant always suggests unreasonably excessive, wasteful spending or giving extravagant living; prodigal implies such reckless extravagance as to suggest eventual impoverishment the prodigal heirs to a fortune; luxuriant suggests production in great and rich abundance luxuriant foliage; lush implies such great luxuriance as my seem excessive lush tropical vegetation, lush prose See also syn. study at plentiful.
Another word for profuseadjective
Growing profusely:dense, heavy, lush1, luxuriant, rank2, thick. See big
Given to or marked by unrestrained abundance:extravagant, exuberant, lavish, lush1, luxuriant, opulent, prodigal, riotous, superabundant. See big, excess
Characterized by excessive or imprudent spending:extravagant, lavish, prodigal, profligate, spendthrift, wasteful. See careful, excess, save