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Scarce was there an eye but what was suffused with tears of joy.

It was done, and Lucy Ann looked at herself with a smile all suffused by love and longing.

She spoke earnestly, and her face was suffused with a warm light.

He looked up in her face, his own suffused with a colour I had never seen in it before.

For a great white light, as one might say, had now suffused me.

His emotion was such that his hands shook like a leaf, his eyes were suffused with tears.

Body and soul were suffused with joy, and she leapt out of bed with a spring.

And now her eyes were suffused with tears though her lips were smiling.

At noon there was no sunshine, only a wan, ashen light that suffused the sky.

My face crimsoned, even my fingers were suffused with the rosy hue of shame.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from Latin suffusus, past participle of suffundere (see suffusion). Related: Suffused; suffusing.

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