English to Welsh Meaning :: profusion

Profusion :
digonedd
- digoneddprofusions
 

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Noun(1) the property of being extremely abundant

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(1) The choir stalls displayed large bunches of wheat and asparagus ferns, while colour was added by a profusion of dahlias.(2) One of their noticeable features is the profusion of hollowed-out window decorations.(3) A profusion of roses, old fashioned and modern, and herbaceous plants scent the air.(4) Nature's abundance and metamorphic energy stimulates a similar profusion in the poet.(5) The profusion reigning everywhere gave birth to luxury and pride.(6) the beautiful pink foxgloves growing in profusion among the ferns(7) Sadly, the profusion of animated logos seems unlikely to abate any time soon.(8) Nothing survives of the original garden except the profusion of attractive plant life that engulfs Gordon Town.(9) Though we had been led to expect that the latter dish would be a profusion of different ingredients and flavours, John simply could not pick them out.(10) Each springtime since, motorists and passers-by have enjoyed the profusion of colour when the trees bloom.(11) It bears a profusion of upright, bottlebrush-like flowers that are deep maroon.(12) Instead of taking joy in the profusion of spring blooms, Jane struggles to take a breath.(13) Jazz piano gets an overhaul in the studio with a profusion of electronic sounds.(14) a rich profusion of flowers(15) The stage turns round and there is a profusion of pink.(16) The initiative aims to inspire more British people to take a short break in England and enjoy the profusion of high quality food and drink available.
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(1) in riotous profusion ::
mewn toreth terfysglyd
Synonyms
Noun
1. abundance ::
digonedd
2. mass ::
màs
3. host ::
llu
4. cornucopia ::
Campweithiau
5. riot ::
terfysg
7. sea ::
môr
8. wealth ::
cyfoeth
10. plenitude ::
plenitude
Antonyms
1. ace ::
ace
2. bit ::
bit
3. dab ::
lleden
4. dram ::
dram
5. driblet ::
driblet
6. glimmer ::
llygedyn
7. hint ::
awgrym
8. lick ::
llyfu
9. little ::
ychydig
10. mite ::
gwiddonyn
11. nip ::
nip
12. ounce ::
owns
13. pinch ::
pinsied
14. pittance ::
gyflog bychan
15. scruple ::
scruple
16. shade ::
cysgod
Different Forms
profusion, profusions
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