suffuse


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Synonyms for suffuse

spread through or over

Synonyms for suffuse

to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

Synonyms for suffuse

cause to spread or flush or flood through, over, or across

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to become overspread as with a fluid, a colour, a gleam of light

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The architects desired to suffuse the ground floors with light, while upstairs making pools of light among shade.
This shea butter and grapefruit mask, melts over the hair to suffuse it with strength and moisture.
Many are based on the theory of an energy force, which is said to suffuse and surround the body.
Fluoro-deoxyglucose (generally known as FDG), with its ability to suffuse cancerous and viable cardiac tissue, has recently emerged as the high-energy radiopharmaceutical of choice for oncology and cardiology acquisitions.
Both alternate lead pairs, Veronica Lynn with Ben Huys and Christina Fagundes with Philip Neal, were beginning to suffuse passion into movement for the torso and back so that body pulses and arched spans no longer looked like mere wiggles and bends.
Though the glow of hot, newborn stars would suffuse a young galaxy with blue light, the Honolulu-based team figured that some of the galaxies in their survey might appear red.
As a result, Type I supernovas -- which suffuse the interstellar medium with iron-rich gas -- dictated the chemical composition of new stars, the researchers report.
But given how suffuse this is with people who worked on the movie, as a documentary it feels as much a fraud as many claimed Hopkins was.
The dene "vignette" in particular manages to suffuse the mundane mechanics of contemporary video surveillance with the nostalgic glow of traditional landscape painting in a manner that is both enthralling and gently thought provoking.