effusiveness

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n effusiveness a friendly open trait of a talkative person
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n effusiveness The state of being effusive.
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Usage

In literature:

He greeted him with effusion.
"The River War" by Winston S. Churchill
Schumann's enthusiastic effusion was a prophecy rather than a criticism.
"Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician" by Frederick Niecks
He greeted me effusively, holding out both hands in his foreign fashion.
"The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne" by William J. Locke
I have trouble enough with my own pupil's effusions.
"Magnum Bonum" by Charlotte M. Yonge
Men who indulge themselves in writing anonymous accusations seldom limit themselves to one effusion.
"Dark Hollow" by Anna Katherine Green
And Pierre, in the effusion of his triumph, poured out his heart to her.
"The Fortune of the Rougons" by Emile Zola
And yet it had not exactly been much of an effusion of magic.
"Corpus of a Siam Mosquito" by Steven Sills
She embraced my grandfather with much warmth, and kissed me effusively on both cheeks.
"Richard Carvel, Complete" by Winston Churchill
Mr. Cluyme was one of those persons the effusiveness of whose greeting does not tally with the limpness of their grasp.
"The Crisis, Complete" by Winston Churchill
His host, however, was almost too effusive.
"The Evil Shepherd" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
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In poetry:

And upward rais'd his closing eye,
Whence slow effus'd a grateful tear,
As if his senses own'd a joy,
Too holy for endurance here.
"The Grandfather's Departure" by Matilda Betham
I hear him free th' imprison'd sigh,
I view his deep effusive gaze,
Mark in his cheek, the hectic dye
That o'er its polish'd surface strays.
"At The Sight Of A Beautiful But Frail One" by Laura Sophia Temple
Love may mark thee for delusion,
Friendship thy young heart deceive,
The world will mock thy soul's effusion,
Mock the fool that could believe.
"The Mother" by Charlotte Dacre
How she would fain the look of passion
In every bright effusive glance !
And how her changeful features fashion
To suit of love the wild romance !
"The Discarded Lover" by Laura Sophia Temple
Soft as the line of lovesick Hammond flows,
'Twas his fond heart effused the melting theme;
Ah! never could Aonia's hill disclose
So fair a fountain, or so loved a stream.
"Elegy I. He Arrives at His Retirement in the Country" by William Shenstone
With plumes night-tinctured englobed and cinctured, * of Saints, his
guided steps held on
To where on the far crystelline pale * of that transtellar Heaven
there shone
The immutable crocean dawn * effusing from the Father's Throne.
"A Judgment In Heaven" by Francis Thompson

In news:

A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study of montelukast's effect on persistent middle ear effusion.
However, an interim analysis was conducted after 38 patients had completed their regimen (19 patients in each group) when it became apparent that montelukast was not having any effect in clearing the effusions .
Accuracy in diagnosing otitis media with effusion .
Chris Christie Too Effusive About President Obama.
CNN's Effusive Coverage of Kazakhstan Is Quietly Sponsored by Its Subject.
Bruce and Reena both loved it, but I can't be quite as effusive.
Yes, I made up that word and I don't care who knows it since 2008 has turned into the year of James Franco and the effusive compliment well is running dry.
With effusive praise for him and his predecessor, the San Luis Obispo Board of Supervisors on Tuesday named Jim Erb to succeed county Auditor-Controller Gere Sibbach, effective Dec 29.
A thoracentesis revealed the effusion to be transudative.
"I couldn't love a job more," effuses Carol Swain, co-owner with Kay King of The Little Gallery on Smith Mountain Lake in Moneta, Virginia (www.thelittlegallerysml.com).
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.
'America has truly lost a legend': Praise is effusive for first man to walk on the moon.
Leaves scattering but not in fiery Effusion, like the red/gold sentinels.
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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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