1(color) teñir(emotion) invadir(emotion) envolver(light) bañarcolor suffused her cheeks — el rubor tiñó sus mejillas
- to suffuse sth (with sth)
- the sky was suffused with red — el cielo estaba teñido de arrebol
- her eyes were suffused with tears — tenía los ojos anegados en lágrimas
- Amy Sillman's recent show of large oils and jewel-like gouaches was suffused with the color, light and atmosphere of Quattrocento Italy.
- Yet despite the sinister ideological forces at work, an uncanny tenderness suffuses this poem.
- It is thrilling to see how this desire for deeper spirituality, redemption and grace suffuse the poem even as it ironically ends with the beggar's spirited demands.
- A life of poverty, tradition and religious dread suffuses songs steeped in misery and learnt by word of mouth.
- With its allusions to dusky rivers, soul, blood, the setting sun, and sleep, the poem is fairly suffused with images of death.
- Zuka refashions the timeless subject into a contemporary painter's dream of color and movement suffused with a satirist's wit.
- ‘The spirit of Morecambe and Wise gradually suffuses the show, and lots of Morecambe and Wise gags are lifted verbatim,’ says Clive.
- In most shots, virtually the entire screen is suffused with a red wash, which dominates and assimilates virtually every other colour but black.
- Drawing viewers into the first gallery, the syncopated lines of electric-blue text ran up the front and back of each spike, suffusing the room with color.
- But in fact, Shelley was an optimist who wrote poems suffused with faith in human progress.
- Chromatherapy is available in eight different colour sequences that suffuse the water with emotionally soothing light.
- Where a dark grey curtain had hidden the hills from sight, a rosy glow gradually deepened and suffused every mountain top in sight.
- The more the sun wanes the more lustrous become the colours of the encroaching night until the entire picture is suffused first with magenta and finally saturated in deep blue.
- Appalled at his deliberate misunderstanding of her offer to buy him coffee, Serena felt outraged heat suffuse her cheeks.
- The whole plant is suffused with colour and with a gravitas that few other plants can match.
- A member of the carotenoid family, lycopene suffuses fruits with color and offers several healthful properties, particularly for men.
- The colored light falls on the painter's large areas of pure local hue and fragments them; it steals across his blindingly harsh white highlights and suffuses them with saturated and pastel hues.
- Sweet and spicy flavors, including date, pomegranate, coriander, and cumin, suffuse the foods spread out on a nearby buffet.
- Working in low light without a flash demanded relatively long exposures, and so color suffuses these images.
- And Jenkins's achievements - and failure to grasp the supreme power prize - pervade his historical writing and suffuse it with insight.