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suffundō (sub-f-) fūdī, fūsus, ere,

to pour below, pour into, pour upon, overspread, suffuse, infuse: animum esse cordi suffusum sanguinem: intumuit suffusā venter ab undā, i. e. from dropsy, O.: lumina rore (i. e. lacrimis), O.: lingua est suffusa veneno, O.: calore suffusus aether, intermingled: Littera suffusas quod habet lituras, blurred, O.: virgineum ore ruborem, cause to blush, V.: suffunditur ora rubore, O.: minio suffusus, stained, Tb.: Masinissae rubor suffusus, L.—Fig.: animus nullā in ceteros malevolentiā suffusus, with no vein of malice.

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