effluence[ ef-loo-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF effluence
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And the power which the eye possesses is a sort of effluence which is dispensed from the sun?
I take it that the sun breathes in the effluence of all that fades and dies.
The sun is materially composed of all the effluence of the dead.
Each of these must be regarded620 as an effluence, or spark (Nizuz), from Adam.
The common use of the term influence would seem to imply the existence of its correlative, effluence.
And, as if the gloom of the earth and sky had been but the effluence of these two mortal hearts, it vanished with their sorrow.
What a poet of this second kind produces, as Browning finely states it, will be less a work than an effluence.
He loves ever; He is unalterable in the communication and effluence of His heart.
It is the effluence of a Presence, which alone can create in us, and keep in us, a clean heart.
Less often I may have drunk the effluence of particular passages, as in the case already instanced.