1 When the helmet was removed, the well-formed, yet sun-burnt features of a young man of twenty-five were seen, amidst a profusion of short fair hair.
2 He is vain, Isaac, and he is covetous; at least he needs money to supply his profusion.
3 As she opened, and saw its length, she prepared herself for a minute detail of happiness and a profusion of love and praise towards the fortunate creature who was now mistress of his fate.
4 Sheep-marks there were in profusion, and at one place, some miles down, cows had left their tracks.
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5 Hams in wine, pressed duck, pate de foie gras, rare fruits in and out of season, were spread in profusion.
6 Madame coquetted with him in the most captivating and naive manner, with eyes, gestures, and a profusion of compliments, till the Colonel's old head felt thirty years younger on his padded shoulders.
7 Rich plumes nodded above his head; wampum, gorgets, bracelets, and medals, adorned his person in profusion; though his dull eye and vacant lineaments too strongly contradicted the idle tale of pride they would convey.
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8 He wore a profusion of ribbons on his garment, and gold lace on his hat, which was also encircled by a gold chain, and surmounted with a feather.
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9 To see Miss Mowcher standing over him, looking at his rich profusion of brown hair through a large round magnifying glass, which she took out of her pocket, was a most amazing spectacle.
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10 His eyebrows were very massive, almost meeting over the nose, and with bushy hair that seemed to curl in its own profusion.
11 Everywhere in the latter the visitors were struck with the way in which poverty went with glittering, fashionable profusion.
12 She was pale and fair, with long curls falling in profusion over her shoulders, had large, blue, languishing eyes, rosy lips, and hands of alabaster.
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13 He inclined his head, closed his eyes, and, licking his lips profusely, began to speak with the voice of the hotel keeper.
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14 At the washstand a convulsion seized him within; and, clasping his cold forehead wildly, he vomited profusely in agony.
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15 Its supports were of silver gilt, beautifully chased, and profusely set with enamelled and jewelled medallions.