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adjective as in charged

adjective as in glowing

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Everything in life, from governance to harvest to warfare, was suffused with sacred meaning until the advent of the Enlightenment.

Revolutionary tourists, thrill seekers, and parachute journalists suffused Kiev.

His up-tempo songs had undercurrents of solitude, and the ballads that became his specialty were suffused with stoic desolation.

Throughout 1948, that kind of confidence suffused the men around the little man on the wedding cake.

All of his work is suffused with his satirical wit, and primarily takes aim at Jewish bigotry toward Arabs in Israel.

A look that, for an instant, suffused that youngster's own because he felt his present kindness to be "second hand."

She was a brunette—great black flashing eyes, full red lips, raven-black hair, skin suffused with the glow of buoyant health.

Cigars were lighted, and a sense of sociability and enjoyment suffused itself, like a perfume, among the group.

"But, papa——" she paused, hanging her head while a vivid blush suffused her cheeks.

Suffused with the Slavonic spirit and its tincture of Orientalism, the importation assumed a character of its own.


On this page you'll find 105 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to suffused, such as: emotional, fraught, intense, filled, full, and imbued.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.