Word Of The Day: Profluent

profluent
PROF-loo-uhnt, adjective;
1. Flowing smoothly or abundantly forth.

Aromas of spiced oranges, bitter chocolate, pralines and something acidic filled the oakwood kitchen in the early morning. On the counter sat an empty bottle of single barrel vintage Kentucky bourbon, opened during the previous night’s tasting party attended by whiskey connoisseurs with discerning and expensive tastes. Five feet away, the last partygoer sat in a puddle of vomit, full bodied and creamy, as more swelled profluent from his mouth. “I can’t help myself; I love that dirty water!” he gagged romantically.

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