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suffuse
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

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cause to spread or flush or flood through, over, or across;
or: to become overspread as with a fluid, a color, a gleam of light
  • ...candle going up over the trees, up, up, and, in the tense hush, they were all breathless with excitement as it went higher and higher and she had to lean back more and more to look up after it, high, high, almost out of sight, and her face was suffused with a divine, an entrancing blush from straining back and he could see her other things too, nainsook knickers, the fabric that caresses the skin, better than those other pettiwidth, the green, four and eleven, on account of being white...
    Episode 13 — Nausicca (54% in)

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