The blood rushed in a wave to Claytons face and appeared to suffuse even his dark eyes.
The knowledge and performance of evil should suffuse one's daily life.
The latter must formulate and define; but the principle of the former is to flow, to suffuse, to mount, to escape.
What more could be needed to suffuse the world with the deepest meaning and beauty?
Their attachment had been but physical; their affection only make-believe—to colour fact, and suffuse reality with romance.
The color returned to her cheeks, the delicious languor began to suffuse her eyes again.
At the name of Rochus I saw the blood rise into her cheeks and suffuse her whole face with crimson.
Enough light came through some of those square holes to suffuse the whole crypt dimly.
From without the imagination can appreciate that glow of pale gold which must there suffuse all things.
Let hope smooth away the wrinkles from your brow and suffuse your countenance with somewhat of joy.