The antonyms for the word "pro-fuse" are 'sparse', 'meager', 'scanty', 'thin', 'paltry', and 'inadequate'. The term 'pro-fuse' refers to a quality that indicates abundant or generous outpouring or over-flowering of something. However, there are situations in which such abundance is not favored or required. In such circumstances, using its antonyms is more appropriate. For example, a garden or a lawn that has sparse foliage, lacks thick greenery, or is without dense flowers, can be described as 'meager, 'scanty', or 'thin.' Similarly, a project with an inadequate or paltry resource allocation can be referred to as its antonym, 'pro-fuse.
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