verb (used with object), suf·fused, suf·fus·ing.
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A tragic dimension is suffused all through “Etta and Ella” — of loss of status, of bearings, of sanity.Adrienne Kennedy’s new play, ‘Etta and Ella on the Upper West Side,’ is utterly unique|Peter Marks|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
A mathematically precise definition of consciousness could mean that the cosmos is suffused with subjective experience.Electrons May Very Well Be Conscious - Issue 94: Evolving|Tam Hunt|December 30, 2020|Nautilus
Bodies, suffused as they are with anitya, come and go, whereas genes go on and on, catapulted into the future either as offspring or in the bodies of other relatives.Over Time, Buddhism and Science Agree - Issue 94: Evolving|David P. Barash|December 23, 2020|Nautilus
While Venus is similar to Earth in size, mass, and rocky composition, its surface temperatures reach 900 °F, and its atmosphere is suffused with thick clouds of sulfuric acid billions of times more acidic than any environment on Earth.
At the Beijing Zoo, the team presented six captive giant pandas with piles of hay suffused with the chemicals, or with other substances.
The knowledge and performance of evil should suffuse one's daily life.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
The blushes of an instinctive sensibility suffuse their countenances, and petitions for assistance falter on their tongues.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II|Francis Augustus Cox
He saw her eyes suffuse, and a faint color glow in her cheek.The Locusts' Years|Mary Helen Fee
The next minute Gedge was looking in wonder at the peculiar rosy glow which suddenly began to suffuse the great mountain.Fix Bay'nets|George Manville Fenn
At the recital of a noble action or a beautiful thought, they would suffuse with tears, and his mouth trembled.Keats|Sidney Colvin