"Ah!" cried the dying man, with all the effusiveness
of a grief declared after long suppression, "ah!
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.
It is not criticism, but flattery that she wants; and I gush over them with what I feel to myself to be degrading effusiveness
. Nothing else would satisfy this self-opinionated cherub.
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.
Despite the effusiveness
from both sides, there is still nothing in black and white duly signed by the USA and the Taliban.
We pay no mind to whether a restaurant scores 10 or 8, whether something reads well or is deserving of effusiveness
. The bottom line is this: do we go back and pay our hard-earned mullah to eat there in between reviews.
Flattery is typically discernible by its effusiveness
HHHHH Here was a violinist who eschews beauty of sound for its own sake and a conductor whose style is without a scintilla of flash or a whiff of effusiveness
. That sounds like a formula for something (at best) worthy but dull.
She laughs off my effusiveness
, even warning me once that "such things" are not allowed to be said any longer.
Pearce smiles when he hears his young charge talk with such effusiveness
Krista Smith of Vanity Fair practically represented us in her effusiveness
about the actress: Rita Moreno, on the red carpet and in various kinds of media the day after, being talked about for that dress.