effuse


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to cause (a liquid) to flow in a steady stream

Synonyms for effuse

pour out

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flow or spill forth

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give out or emit (also metaphorically)

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Colonies effuse, sporodochia pulvinate with brown stromatic base, bearing hyaline conidiophores and golden yellow slimy conidial mass, encircled by curved dark brown setae.
But he was happy to effuse about Duckworth's achievements, saying: 'Worcester are a credit to the Premiership.
Aromas effuse from the glass even before it gets its customary swirl.
Much to the contrary, Wang and his camera drop so imperceptibly into the background of their environs that the on-camera subjects effuse an unselfconsciousness that is all but forgotten in the age of reality TV.
When the PM is sound, he/she can save a lot of money, especially on project delays," Al-Baz effuses.
5-27 ("A play we've been dying to produce since day one," effuses the 12-year-old company's website).
There he is, an evidence of power, of health, of tone--registering all in his port, his carriage, the atmosphere of influence that effuses out of him whenever he moves.
I don't know of many African women who are young and have a foundation recognised on an international level, so I feel proud of such a huge achievement, of being a New African Woman," NoE1/2lla effuses.
Each piece effuses a sense of wabi-sabi, a Japanese concept of seeking beauty in imperfection.
But even at its low ebb, the movie effuses an infectious, mischief-making joy.
Too much of the film gets bogged down in Irving making lewd passes at uninterested younger women (and one possibly interested drive-thru attendant), but even at its low ebb, the movie effuses an infectious, mischief-making joy.
Rather, in Burtynsky's Oil--albeit relegated to the rear--Corcoran Gallery of Art photography curator Paul Roth effuses about subject matter, while in University of British Columbia Professor William E.
Christine effuses, "Our marriage would be fun--we'd hang out, we'd eat, we'd pee in front of each other .
Kevin has a certain amazing quality of being compelling," effuses Laurence, who plays Detective Sergeant James Hathaway.
Rogers effuses, "I can give [Lincoln] to you any way you want, cold or hot, jazz or classical.