What is another word for suffuse?

658 synonyms found


[ sʌfjˈuːz], [ sʌfjˈuːz], [ s_ʌ_f_j_ˈuː_z]

Suffuse is a word that means to spread throughout or saturate something. There exist several other synonyms for this word that would help to express the same or similar meanings. For example, one such synonym is permeate, which means to spread throughout or penetrate deeply into something. Another synonym is infuse, which means to impart or saturate something with a particular quality or attribute. Other synonyms of suffuse include imbue, diffuse, saturate, bathe, pervade, and permeate. By using these synonyms, one can convey the same idea as suffusing in different ways, making the writing more interesting and varied.

Related words: water suffuse, suffuse definition, native suffuse, solar suffuse

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    What are the hypernyms for Suffuse?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    What are the hyponyms for Suffuse?

    Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
    • hyponyms for suffuse (as verbs)

    What are the opposite words for suffuse?

    Suffuse means to spread or fill something with a feeling or quality. The antonyms for suffuse include devoid, drained, empty, vacant, void. Devoid means to have completely lost or be without something essential or valuable. Drained talks about exhaustion, a lack of energy or life force. Empty refers to the absence of content or substance. Vacant means an unoccupied or empty space where nothing resides. Void means a complete lack or absence of something. When the qualities that suffuse something got removed or ceased, their antonyms will come in use to express it.

    What are the antonyms for Suffuse?

    Usage examples for Suffuse

    Alan felt the color suffuse his face.
    "Brand Blotters"
    William MacLeod Raine
    He pictured to himself her delighted surprise at his unexpected return, and the rich blush which would suffuse her lovely cheeks, as, overcoming the natural bashfulness of love, forgetful of the formal etiquette of society, of everything, in her joy of seeing him, she would throw herself into his arms.
    "The Prime Minister"
    W.H.G. Kingston
    He saw her eyes suffuse, and a faint color glow in her cheek.
    "The Locusts' Years"
    Mary Helen Fee

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