1. pour out
    effused brine
  2. give out or emit (also metaphorically)
    The room effuses happiness
  3. flow or spill forth
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How To Use effuse In A Sentence

  • But as a critic is never simply to effuse, I will attempt to bridle my awe at the group's genius for invention and elaboration.…
  • ‘That was the highlight of the whole experience,’ he effuses.
  • It's been two weeks since Jon Stewart went on Chris Wallace's Fox News show for one of his most highly anticipated interviews and both hosts are still continuing to effuse. Jon Stewart Rips Chris Wallace, Fox News 'Crybabies' For Not Responding To Fact Checks (VIDEO)
  • She effuses over their support, which began with touting assistance in 1979.
  • effused brine
  • Another was more understated and had no caretakers but effused solemn peace in and of itself.
  • Panicle effuse, glumes I and II awned or not; callus naked. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • “Compositionally perfect, his work never loses sight of the more important human thing back of the steel and concrete,” effused the pioneering photographer and filmmaker Willard Van Dyke in a 1935 critique. Colossus
  • ‘I wish I could take her home with me,’ Mom effused again and again.
  • Altogether the amount of fluid effused into the alimentary canal in twenty-four hours amounts to much more than the whole amount of blood in the body (which is 18 pounds in a man weighing 143 pounds); in other words, _every portion of the blood may, and possibly does, pass several times into the alimentary canal in twenty-four hours_. Intestinal Ills Chronic Constipation, Indigestion, Autogenetic Poisons, Diarrhea, Piles, Etc. Also Auto-Infection, Auto-Intoxication, Anemia, Emaciation, Etc. Due to Proctitis and Colitis
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