effusion

[ ih-fyoo-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF effusion

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The first sensation of Vaudemont on reading this effusion was delight.

The children greeted him with effusion, and when he sat down Tony sat on his knee.

And Pierre, in the effusion of his triumph, poured out his heart to her.

"I don't think you like papa," said I once to her, in an effusion of confidence.

Not dead; but the same as dead: effusion will carry him off some time to-morrow.

She was in high good humour, and greeted Margaret with effusion.

I had the pleasure to put this effusion into type with my own hands.

Of this effusion Cornelius made a dialogue which highly pleased Erasmus.

“It is always the way with these really great people, my dear,” she said with effusion.

This effusion struck me as rather like cheek; but my mother seemed to like it.

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