Effusion meaning

ĭ-fyo͝ozhən
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Unrestrained or emotional expression in speaking or writing.
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Effusion is defined as emotion that is not held back, or the flow of fluids into parts of the body.

An example of effusion is the descriptions of love found in some romantic poetry.

An example of effusion is the flow of blood into other parts of the body after a gunshot.

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An unrestrained outpouring of feeling, as in speech or writing.
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A pouring forth.
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The passage of a gas under pressure through an orifice whose size is smaller than the mean free path of the gas molecules, as in measuring low vapor pressures.
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(by extension) An outpouring of speech or emotion.
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(medicine) The seeping of fluid into a body cavity; the fluid itself.
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Origin of effusion

  • From Middle French effusion, from Latin effūsiō (“outpouring”)

    From Wiktionary