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effusive

(of rock) formed by the solidification of magma
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The Hurree Babu of his knowledge - oily, effusive, and nervous - was gone; gone, too, was the brazen drug-vendor of overnight.
His manner was not effusive. It seldom was; but he was glad, I think, to see me.
Kilauea has a history of alternating between long periods of explosive eruptions and times of slower, so-called effusive phases.
[USA], July 21 (ANI): Vicky Cornell paid an effusive tribute to her late husband and singer Chris Cornell on his 55th birth anniversary on Saturday.
Described as "the most glorious and effusive work" from the Water Lilies artist's famed Haystacks series, the evocative Meules depicts a row of haystacks casting long shadows in the warm glow of the sun.
Summary: Rajevac effusive in his praise for Constantine's men
Coming from Gatundu, he has less to complain about Uhuru's development record than, say, a guy like Kang'ata from Kiharu, who ironically only sees the value of effusive praise.
Too soon to say JURGEN KLOPP was effusive in his praise of Marco Silva after the Merseyside derby.
music John Prine A two-time Grammy winner, singer-songwriter John is 45 years into a remarkable career that has drawn effusive praise from Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson, Bonnie Raitt, Roger Waters, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and others.
I'm about to quit golf I think," said the effusive Noren after his own 68 left him among a pack of five on seven under.