effusively

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv effusively in an effusive manner "the critics praised her effusively"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • effusively In an effusive manner.
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Usage

In literature:

I am sure I never showed you those effusions.
"The Two Sides of the Shield" by Charlotte M. Yonge
He greeted her effusively, with a comical mixture of hobbledehoy clumsiness and imperial dignity.
"The Unwilling Vestal" by Edward Lucas White
He seemed to like the lack of effusive words.
"The Scouts of Stonewall" by Joseph A. Altsheler
She thanked us effusively, and promised to keep us informed.
"The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar" by Maurice Leblanc
The Ten Commandments have been effusively praised.
"God and my Neighbour" by Robert Blatchford
He is young and effusive.
"At The Sign Of The Eagle" by Gilbert Parker
These are followed by a whimsical effusion on the death of Caligula.
"The Lives Of The Twelve Caesars, Complete To Which Are Added, His Lives Of The Grammarians, Rhetoricians, And Poets" by C. Suetonius Tranquillus
Hailing a passing cab they set out, accompanied by the pitiful expressions of uneasiness, and the anxious effusions of the old mercer.
"Therese Raquin" by Emile Zola
In spite of my great affection for him I could not but smile pityingly over his poetic effusions.
"The Story of a Child" by Pierre Loti
The attachment of the people to the prince showed itself in childish effusions.
"The Revolt of The Netherlands, Complete" by Friedrich Schiller
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In poetry:

On him, in rich effusion pour'd,
The heavenly dew descends;
And truth divine he shall reveal
To earth's remotest ends.
"Hymn VI. Behold! th' Ambassador Divine" by John Logan
Ah, well! the little clock has proved
The best of all bonanzas;
And thus my happy heart is moved
To these effusive stanzas.
"The Little Clock" by Hattie Howard
First, for effusions due unto the dead,
My solemn vows have here accomplished;
Next, how I love thee, that my grief must tell,
Wherein thou liv'st for ever.—Dear, farewell!
"Upon His Sister-in-law, Mistress Elizabeth Herrick" by Robert Herrick
V. But, painter, far above thy wond'rous art
Were those dear lips, those lips where ever play'd
The smile benignant! where the honest heart
In undisguis'd effusions careless stray'd.
"The Picture" by Sydney Owenson
What hostile influence, glooming o'er his way,
Chill'd each fine impulse, each aspiring aim,
Effused bleak clouds round Life's declining ray,
And left his labours no reward but fame?
"Sheridan" by Thomas Gent
Yes, gentle youth! to her, tho' little known,
Save by the rich effusions of thy lyre,
Th' admiring Muse shall breathe a mournful tone,
And sounds of grief shall o'er the floods expire.
"Lines To The Memory Of An Amiable Youth Of Great Promise" by Sir John Carr

In news:

Washington's rookie quarterback sensation won effusive praise from the New York Giants, who could afford to be generous after they beat their NFC East rival on Sunday.
Radiographic evaluation disclosed the presence of pleural effusion and thickening of the pleura.
Natwar Gandhi, the District's chief financial officer, coasted through his Council confirmation hearing today, as witness after witness effusively praised his 12 years in the job.
Jon Cryer , winning his second Emmy for "Two and a Half Men," took a page out of the Taylor Swift awards show win book, effusively appearing shocked -- shocked.
He was neither effusive in praise nor demonstrative in affection.
For a number of years, whenever columnists lacked a subject for easy social commentary, they could wax effusive over America's love affair with the gun or the automobile.
A study found significantly reduced rates of all otitis media and otitis media with effusion in children who received the H1N1 pandemic flu vaccine.
Metastatic involvement of the heart or pericardium commonly leads to pericardial effusion and may be life threatening.
Accuracy in diagnosing otitis media with effusion.
Enning James Joyce usually means purswhoing him by wordtracks and wisecracks, Doublin back over the grail to find that demned effusive simpletell.
The congratulations were effusive and personally directed at the president who has been in office for more than 13 years, making Chavez, 58, the longest-serving leader in Latin America.
Once again it's time to get those effusive greeting cards in the mail.
Washington coach effusive in describing sophomore leader.
Washington quarterback Keith Price threw for 292 yards and three touchdowns in the victory over California, drawing effusive praise from his head coach.
And that earns him that admiration of many, including ESPN's Peter Gammons, who wrote a column containing effusive praise for the Tigers owner.
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In science:

Lastly, a problem endemic to the subjective nature of explicit modeling techniques is that some users are more effusive in their ratings than others.
A Connection-Centric Survey of Recommender Systems Research
Konstan et al. recognize that some users are more effusive with their ratings than others.
A Connection-Centric Survey of Recommender Systems Research
This effectively makes predictability more general then closeness and addresses the effusivity of ratings.
A Connection-Centric Survey of Recommender Systems Research
For example, the effusion of a fluid through a pin hole allows one to infer the cluster size distribution from the mass yield of escaped clusters with a given velocity.
Clusters in Simple Fluids
In the 1930s, Rabi invented a method to unravel the quantum structure of molecules, based on the controlled manipulation of the tra jectories of molecules on their way from an effusive source to the detector .
Multiple packets of neutral molecules revolving for over a mile
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