Etymology
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profusion (n.)

1540s, "extravagance, expenditure, prodigality, waste," from French profusion (16c.) and directly from Late Latin profusionem (nominative profusio) "a pouring out," noun of action from past-participle stem of profundere "to pour forth" (see profuse). Meaning "abundance, superfluity" is from 1705.

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Definitions of profusion

profusion (n.)
the property of being extremely abundant;
the profusion of detail
Synonyms: profuseness / richness / cornucopia
From wordnet.princeton.edu