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Use "effusiveness" in a sentence
"She was the last woman to desire or tolerate public exhibitions of uxoriousness or to measure the depth of a husband's love by the froth on the surface, and she was reared in a school in which effusiveness is not approved."
"What is remarkable in these early lyrics, however, is that though they vibrate with the emotion of the poet, the emotion is under strict restraint and never passes into the watery effusiveness which is the inherent sin of so much German lyrical poetry."
"Eschenbach may also have encouraged the exaggerated physical effusiveness of Lang Lang."