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Use "affusion" in a sentence
"Oikonomos, however, responds that '' affusion '' (i.e. pouring), and much less '' aspersion '' (i.e. sprinkling), cannot ever be considered baptism."
"It is better that no friction should be applied, but if so, a hot soap (smegma) must be used in greater abundance than is common, and an affusion of a considerable quantity of water is to be made at the same time and afterwards repeated."
"After the fever restless, and had some delirium; urine thin, and darkish; had an affusion of warm water on the head; slept and recovered his senses."