Proletariat and Profuse
Difficult Words : Proletariat and Profuse
Profuse (pruh FYOOS) adj: flowing, extravagant
When we gave Maria our house, our car and all out clothes, her gratitude was profuse.
My teacher said I had done a good job, but his praise was far from profuse. I got the feeling he hadn't really liked my epic poems about two dinosaurs who fall in love just before they go extinct.
The grieving widow's tears were profuse. She had tears in profusion.
(PROH li TAIR ee ut) n: the industrial working class
The proletariat is the laboring class or blue-collar workers or people who roll up their shirt sleeves to do an honest day's work.
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