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superfuse

[ soo-per-fyooz ]
/ ˌsu pərˈfyuz /
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verb (used with object), su·per·fused, su·per·fus·ing.Obsolete.

to pour.

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Origin of superfuse

1650–60; <Latin superfūsus, past participle of superfundere to pour over, equivalent to super-super- + -fūsus, equivalent to fud- (base of fundere to pour) + -tus past participle suffix, with dt>s

OTHER WORDS FROM superfuse

su·per·fu·sion [soo-per-fyoo-zhuhn], /ˌsu pərˈfyu ʒən/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for superfuse

superfuse
/ (ˌsuːpəˈfjuːz) /

verb

obsolete to pour or be poured so as to cover something

Derived forms of superfuse

superfusion, noun

Word Origin for superfuse

C17: from Latin superfūsus poured over, from superfundere, from super- + fundere to pour
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