I care little for anything that is not quick with that volatile part of one which is the effluence of the spirit within.
And the power which the eye possesses is a sort of effluence which is dispensed from the sun?
Its manifestation in time is not a creation; it is an effluence from the eternal fount of spirit.
The sun is materially composed of all the effluence of the dead.
He loves ever; He is unalterable in the communication and effluence of His heart.
Less often I may have drunk the effluence of particular passages, as in the case already instanced.
The common use of the term influence would seem to imply the existence of its correlative, effluence.
A libertine spirit was in the air, a madcap freedom, an effluence of disdainful sin.
Each of these must be regarded620 as an effluence, or spark (Nizuz), from Adam.
An effluence of some sort emanating from the persons concerned and acting as a medium for the time being.