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suffuse
used in Anna Karenina

3 uses
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Definition
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
  • A flash of eagerness suffused the face of Alexey Alexandrovitch as he rapidly wrote out a synopsis of these ideas for his own benefit.
    Part Three (43% in)
  • I must tell you.... no, you." she turned to Alexey Alexandrovitch, and her neck and brow were suffused with crimson.
    Part Four (85% in)
  • His work, both on the land and on the book, in which the principles of the new land system were to be laid down, had not been abandoned; but just as formerly these pursuits and ideas had seemed to him petty and trivial in comparison with the darkness that overspread all life, now they seemed as unimportant and petty in comparison with the life that lay before him suffused with the brilliant light of happiness.
    Part Five (41% in)

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