Sentence example with the word 'suffuse'

suffuse

bathe, color, diffuse, fill, imbrue, ingrain, introduce, occupy, permeate, season, temper

Definition v. cause to spread or flush or flood through

Last update: June 8, 2015

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Her face was suffused with delight.   [verb]

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He strongly believed in the absolute truth of a few moral ideas, with which it was the aim of his teaching to mould and suffuse political economy.   [verb]

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Massive numbers of factual errors suffuse the book, which make it a veritable minefield.   [verb]

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At the conclusion he raised his suffused eyes in thanksgiving and prayer.   [verb]

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Her countenance was suffused with pleasure.   [verb]

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This woman indeed possessed enthralling charms, and he felt the slight flush that suffused his cheeks.   [verb]

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The sheik looked at Ben-Hur, whose face was suffused with pleasure.   [verb]

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Ben-Hur's face suffused, and, advancing a step, he cried, impulsively, "My mother and sister."   [verb]

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He checked himself; but for the first time that evening his face was suffused with a hot flush.   [verb]

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Another minute, and it was suffused with a crimson flush: and a heavy wildness came over the soft blue eye.   [verb]

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It suffused him, seized him, and enveloped him completely.   [verb]

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