effusively


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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:
Adv.1.effusively - in an effusive manner; "the critics praised her effusively"
Translations
بِتَدَفُّق عاطِفي، بِشُعورٍ فَيّاض
overstrømmende
terjengõsen
meî tilfinningasemi
prepiatosť
çoşkulu bir şekilde

effusively

[ɪˈfjuːsɪvlɪ] ADVefusivamente, con efusión

effusively

[ɪˈfjuːsɪvli] adv [greet, welcome] → avec effusion; [praise] → avec enthousiasmee-fit E-fit [ˈiːfɪt]
modif
e-fit picture → portrait-robot m, portrait-robot m électronique

effusively

effusively

[ɪˈfjuːsɪvlɪ] advcalorosamente
he apologised effusively → si è profuso in scuse interminabili

effusive

(iˈfjuːsiv) adjective
showing too much feeling; emotional. an effusive letter.
efˈfusively adverb
References in classic literature ?
"Thank you, thank you," cried the warriors, effusively. "We will take good care of them, and in the event of war return them to the arsenal."
Meanwhile, I had not the courage to go near my club, and the Temple was a place where I was accosted in every court, effusively congratulated on the marvellous preservation of my stale spoilt life, and invited right and left to spin my yarn over a quiet pipe!
Goodworthy was an old friend and he greeted them effusively; they dined in his private room with his wife, and to Philip it seemed that he had never eaten anything so delicious as the beefsteak aux pommes, nor drunk such nectar as the vin ordinaire, which were set before them.
Ford leaped into the air with a "You don't say so!" and the next moment, with both hands, was shaking Martin's hand effusively.
George Willard, who had been sitting for an hour idly playing with a lead pencil, greeted him effusively. "I've been trying to write a love story," he explained, laughing ner- vously.
He was fraternising effusively with the captain of the Lushkar team, who was wondering how many of Dirkovitch's Cossacks his own dark wiry down- countrymen could account for in a fair charge.
Paul thanked him effusively. On the following Thursday he visited divers art editors.
William agreed effusively; Denham corroborated him, speaking in rather high-pitched tones; they thrust aside the plans, and drew nearer to the fireplace.
The young man thanked her effusively, and rejoined a group carrying on an animated discussion in low tones.
He tried to get right by inquiring effusively after Mr.
Lee will no doubt hope that confidence from such an impressive performance (effusively praised by Charlton manager Alan Curbishley) will still be evident tonight.
Where is the "seismic shift" in attitudes that Tony Blair and Bertie Ahearn welcomed so effusively? What has really changed?