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

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pour out

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flow or spill forth

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give out or emit (also metaphorically)

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Sirota, by way of example, says "even George Will, the columnist-spokesman for country club Republicanism, effused that Obama is 'refreshingly cerebral' [but] lambastes Huckabee as 'an adolescent' for daring to 'lament a shrinking middle class.
T he Rev Myriah Daniels effused American verbosity, but she also probably revealed the most relevant background material.
The Qur'an echoes this truth by, on the one hand, emphasizing God's omni-presence and immanence, while on the other, refuting the idea that God is rank and file with other things and that He subsists alongside the things that have effused from Himself.
As recently as February 2004 colleague Andrew Baldwin in his review effused - "Quite simply, every element of the eating experience at the Woolpack was pleasurable.
Finally, the merciful rays of dawn effused enough light into the woods for me to detect any movement.
Following the brief ceremony in front of the sheriff's office on October 1, she effused, "I just wanted to keep hugging them.
On March 7, for example, Schneider effused that "America's British allies turn out to be strongly supportive--75 percent
Esparza effused, "This event was a very important step in recognizing Latino business leaders as creators of wealth and economic producers, and not just consumers.
My friend first effused disdain when he came across the term predelinquent.
Lucas is a genius,'' effused Tim Robb, 22, of Northridge after emerging from the megaplex.
As far as the financial markets go, [Greenspan's] more powerful than God," the honest-to-god, real-life chief market strategist for the investment banking firm Ferris, Baker Watts effused to the Baltimore Sun in 1998.
He had a leadership style all his own, one that effused hope, warmth, and humor.
Its small staff is simply wonderful; some time ago a national magazine consultant effused over its loyalty, dedication and pride, noting that the staff was producing more pages per person than on any other magazine he had ever encountered.