Thesaurus / effluence
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As Michael pondered it, he scented an effluence of correctness that overpowered his individuality.

Sinister Street, vol. 2Compton Mackenzie

His beams are too bright for human eyes to gaze on, but their effluence is the joy of creation.

An effluence of some sort emanating from the persons concerned and acting as a medium for the time being.

Less often I may have drunk the effluence of particular passages, as in the case already instanced.

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.

The Scarlet LetterNathaniel Hawthorne

He was not made any the more content with himself by this effluence of revivified effort that impregnated the air around him.

Sinister Street, vol. 1Compton Mackenzie

He is rather a seer, accordingly, than a fashioner; and what he produces will be less a work than an effluence.

It is the effluence of a Presence, which alone can create in us, and keep in us, a clean heart.

What a poet of this second kind produces, as Browning finely states it, will be less a work than an effluence.

Robert BrowningEdward Dowden

The common use of the term influence would seem to imply the existence of its correlative, effluence.

A Mortal AntipathyOliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

WORDS RELATED TO EFFLUENCE

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