The Wall Street Journal praised him effusively for repudiating Nehru's "xenophobia" and embracing the markets.
And Philip Roth, equally unencumbered by irony, mourned Plimpton effusively in his novel Exit Ghost.
“This is a critical information job,” says Metzl, who effusively praises the choice of Ensor.
Dave Bredensteiner of Bedford, who served under the lieutenant colonel in Iraq, praised her effusively as an excellent leader.
He greeted her effusively, with a comical mixture of hobbledehoy clumsiness and imperial dignity.
"My dear, I've been simply dying to meet you," began Maud, effusively.
Yes, it is very dry,” said she effusively; “we need rain very much indeed.
Our cheerful host at Villeneuve-Loubet greeted us effusively.
The Baroness thanked him effusively, and rose to depart with a mind a little comforted.
The nobles rose from their seats and welcomed her effusively.