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effuse

[e′fyüz]
(botany)
Expanded; spread out in a definite form.
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Dan Stodola, a master brewer at Ybor and another industry devotee, effuses about the fine art of brewing.
It's graphically beautiful,' the London designer effuses.
That great communist mass that effuses evil, is run by dictators and, given half a chance, should be Tiananmen Squared.
He effuses a calm and unpretentious expertise in his craft that is striking - ascribing it to generations of Bussolini coffee blenders.
One company that produces lesson plans for corporations effuses about the benefits of advertising to kids in school: "Let Lifetime Learning Systems bring your message to the classroom, where young people are forming attitudes that will last a lifetime.
A glass-and-steel paean to safety and order, cosmopolitan egalitarianism and permissiveness, internationalism and progress, the airport "is a free-range womb" in which, Pat effuses, everyone is "cared and catered for":
We're exporting something of our culture," effuses Nancy Light of the Wine Institute, an industry trade group that's divided some $10 million in federal money among California wine groups since the marketing program began.
I'm so excited that ONE is able to shine a light on beach volleyball, and these aspiring and inspiring girls and young women," effuses Erin.