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effuse

[e′fyüz]
(botany)
Expanded; spread out in a definite form.
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This singular but sure magnetic condition, the result mainly of animal robustness, (through which the moral nature of course effuses,) is, we cannot too often repeat, the result of the health of the whole being, from top to toe--all must be sound, without exception--and then the stronger the tone of health, the mightier will be the stream of magnetic influence evolved.
He's trying to dance less, but he's such an amazing dancer," effuses Arcell Cabuag, who does double duty as a performer and the company's associate artistic director.
Christine effuses, "Our marriage would be fun--we'd hang out, we'd eat, we'd pee in front of each other .
Kevin has a certain amazing quality of being compelling," effuses Laurence, who plays Detective Sergeant James Hathaway.
Rogers effuses, "I can give [Lincoln] to you any way you want, cold or hot, jazz or classical.
She's Singing O Long Night, which comes in two versions, effuses of romanticism.
The governor will be unveiling a historical marker along with Barbara [Gittings] on July 4," effuses longtime activist and community leader Mark Segal.
It is a stunning experience to reread this fiction--mostly written when he was in his early twenties--and to realize how very golden this golden boy was," she effuses.
He effuses about his wardrobe of designer clothes and name-drops endlessly.