effusiveness


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ef·fu·sive

 (ĭ-fyo͞o′sĭv)
adj.
1. Unrestrained or excessive in emotional expression; gushy: an effusive manner.
2. Profuse; overflowing: effusive praise.

ef·fu′sive·ly adv.
ef·fu′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.effusiveness - a friendly open trait of a talkative person
communicativeness - the trait of being communicative
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effusiveness

[ɪˈfjuːsɪvnɪs] Nefusividad f

effusiveness

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cried the dying man, with all the effusiveness of a grief declared after long suppression, "ah
It is not criticism, but flattery that she wants; and I gush over them with what I feel to myself to be degrading effusiveness.
She thanked him with just so much effusiveness as was seemly in presence of the grief he might be supposed to feel, and left him.
Razumov jumped up and began to thank him for the advice with mocking effusiveness, so that the other, colouring up, took himself off with the notion that this mysterious Razumov was not a person to be warned or advised by inferior mortals.
We see, as well, a difference between the effusiveness of expression in the bhakti poems in contrast to what we can only characterize as, in comparison, the generally more reticent nature of expression in the Psalms.
In his analysis of the stories' protagonists, Wilson argues that far from abandoning the emotional effusiveness of sentimental fiction, EH combined it with the emotional restraint of modernism to convey an effective and compelling textual ambiguity resulting in strong emotion.
Other fathers, even if they didn't approach Myers' effusiveness, tended all the same to cloak their annoyance, worry and disappointment in stock phrases and rhetorical posturing that, superficially, in any case, sounded a conciliatory note.
With characteristic effusiveness, plus traces of reflection and wistfulness as he ponders his exit, he wears his heart on his sleeve throughout the three-page letter.
I realized, as I took offmy belt and hung up my pants, I should enjoy this effusiveness while I still could.
Texans may assess education similarly: ask people what they think of "the schools" and they will tell you that they're a mess, but ask them what they think of their child's school and you might have to restrain their effusiveness.
I worried she thought it was the effusiveness of a friend speaking.
The 22-year-old seems set for selection ahead of Ian Bell, and even prompted some rare effusiveness from Cook.