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adjective: Flowing smoothly; flowing in full stream.
[From Middle English, from Latin profluent-, stem of profluens, present participle of profluere (to flow forth), from pro- (forth) + fluere (to flow). Ultimately from Indo-European root bhleu- (to swell or overflow), from which flow words such as affluent, influence, influenza, fluctuate, fluent, fluid, fluoride, flush, flux, reflux, and superfluous.]
"Though (John) Abercrombie is advertised as a 'fusion' guitarist, his
profluent style and extraordinary musicality were not diminished by
the battery of electronic gadgetry."
"Baptizing in the profluent stream, the sign
This week's theme: Miscellaneous words
The world of books is the most remarkable creation of man. Nothing else that he builds ever lasts. Monuments fall; nations perish; civilizations grow old and die out; and, after an era of darkness, new races build others. -Clarence Day, writer, (1874-1935)