Jesse offers profuse advice on the subject of popular music.
An example of profuse used as an adjective is the phrase he is profuse in advice, someone who gives advice to all of their friends.
- giving or pouring forth freely; generous, often to excess: usually with in: profuse in her apologies
- given or poured forth freely and abundantly
Origin of profuseMiddle English from Classical Latin profusus, past participle of profundere, to pour out from pro-, forth + fundere, to pour: see pro- and found
- Plentiful; copious.
- Giving or given freely and abundantly; extravagant: were profuse in their compliments.
Origin of profuseMiddle English lavish from Latin profūsus past participle of profundere to pour forth pro- forth ; see pro- 1. fundere to pour ; see gheu- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more profuse, superlative most profuse)