"Oh, don’t," said Lily, with a quick suffusion of colour.
She could not herself have explained the sense of buoyancy which seemed to lift and swing her above the sun-suffused world at her feet.
"I’ve got a few new things," he said, suffused with pleasure, but lowering his voice as though he feared his fellow-passengers might be in league to despoil him.
"It was no place for you, anyhow," he agreed, so suffused and immersed in the light of her full gaze that he found himself being drawn into strange depths of intimacy.
A wave of colour suffused her, and the words died on her lips.
She had even felt a momentary exhilaration at the thought of thus relieving herself of her detested secret; but the sensation gradually faded in the telling, and as she ended her pallour was suffused with a deep blush of misery.
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Suffusing it all, the pain.
James Dashner -- The Scorch Trials
Fear suffused Mark as he held on, squeezing his fingers so tightly they turned bone-white.