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effuse

[e′fyüz]
(botany)
Expanded; spread out in a definite form.
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During the hurricanes which occurred in October of 1967, January of 1993, and December of 1999, the sea water burst through the dunes, flooded adjacent homesteads and even effused to the littoral plain (Zilinskas et al.
After that the excessive Hi were also effused with increasing temperature (240-260 C) under a fairly low vacuum, within about 0.
Southern Alberta," effused a writer for the Canada West Magazine, was "a land blessed of the gods--a land over which bending nature ever smiles and into whose cradle she emptied her golden horn .
The French Nouvelle Vague offered a valuable foreign model of a reinvigorated national cinema and a viable solution to the West German misere; here, effused Hembus, "a group of young people with something to say chose film as their medium and secured access to opportunities to say what they had to say.
At a talk at Jacob's Pillow last summer, De Lavallade effused, "This one little dance has gone around the world, and I'm just in awe of that.
For the Queen, MPs of all parties fawned and gushed, effused and flattered, clinked champagne glasses, and presented an elaborate gift thanking her for 60 years' sterling service.
She effused enthusiasm for all the currently "in" camps.
80 after release of the earnings figures by executives who effused about Google+, YouTube, Android and other products promising even better days ahead for the company.
The welter of new controls--on healthcare, insurance, real estate, banking, finance, and other sectors--that have effused from Washington in the Age of Obama are the stuff of Wesley Mouch's fondest fantasies.
He seems to have lost the capacity to criticize his own work, and come to feel that whatever effused from his being was glorious.
The rate and the amount of moisture effused from the sample increases with higher RH in the exposure environment, as expected.
This implies that when the temperature is low, formaldehyde molecules are not easily effused within the test chamber.