effuse

Effuse vs Efflux - What's the difference?

effuse | efflux |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between effuse and efflux

is that effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss while efflux is (obsolete) to pass away.

As verbs the difference between effuse and efflux

is that effuse is to emit; to give off while efflux is to run out.

As nouns the difference between effuse and efflux

is that effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss while efflux is the process of flowing out.

As an adjective effuse

is poured out freely; profuse.

Effuse vs Exudate - What's the difference?

effuse | exudate |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between effuse and exudate

is that effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss while exudate is (obsolete) to exude.

As verbs the difference between effuse and exudate

is that effuse is to emit; to give off while exudate is (obsolete) to exude.

As nouns the difference between effuse and exudate

is that effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss while exudate is a fluid that has exuded from somewhere; especially one that has exuded from a pore of an animal or plant.

As an adjective effuse

is poured out freely; profuse.

Squirt vs Effuse - What's the difference?

squirt | effuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between squirt and effuse

is that squirt is to hit with a rapid stream of liquid while effuse is to leak out through a small hole.

In figuratively|lang=en terms the difference between squirt and effuse

is that squirt is (figuratively) to throw out or utter words rapidly; to prate while effuse is (figuratively) to gush; to be excitedly talkative and enthusiastic about something.

As nouns the difference between squirt and effuse

is that squirt is an instrument from which a liquid is forcefully ejected in a small, quick stream while effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss.

As verbs the difference between squirt and effuse

is that squirt is (of a liquid) to be thrown out, or ejected, in a rapid stream, from a narrow orifice while effuse is to emit; to give off.

As an adjective effuse is

poured out freely; profuse.

Drain vs Effuse - What's the difference?

drain | effuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between drain and effuse

is that drain is to draw off by degrees; to cause to flow gradually out or off; hence, to exhaust while effuse is to leak out through a small hole.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between drain and effuse

is that drain is (obsolete) to filter while effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss.

As nouns the difference between drain and effuse

is that drain is a conduit allowing liquid to flow out of an otherwise contained volume while effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss.

As verbs the difference between drain and effuse

is that drain is to lose liquid while effuse is to emit; to give off.

As an adjective effuse is

poured out freely; profuse.

Effuse vs Exude - What's the difference?

effuse | exude |


As verbs the difference between effuse and exude

is that effuse is to emit; to give off while exude is .

As an adjective effuse

is poured out freely; profuse.

As a noun effuse

is (obsolete) effusion; loss.

Confuse vs Effuse - What's the difference?

confuse | effuse |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between confuse and effuse

is that confuse is (obsolete) to rout; discomfit while effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss.

As verbs the difference between confuse and effuse

is that confuse is to thoroughly mix; to confound; to disorder while effuse is to emit; to give off.

As an adjective effuse is

poured out freely; profuse.

As a noun effuse is

(obsolete) effusion; loss.

Transfuse vs Effuse - What's the difference?

transfuse | effuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between transfuse and effuse

is that transfuse is to diffuse or permeate through something while effuse is to leak out through a small hole.

As verbs the difference between transfuse and effuse

is that transfuse is (medicine) to administer a transfusion while effuse is to emit; to give off.

As an adjective effuse is

poured out freely; profuse.

As a noun effuse is

(obsolete) effusion; loss.

Diffuse vs Effuse - What's the difference?

diffuse | effuse |


As verbs the difference between diffuse and effuse

is that diffuse is while effuse is to emit; to give off.

As an adjective effuse is

poured out freely; profuse.

As a noun effuse is

(obsolete) effusion; loss.

Effuse vs Effume - What's the difference?

effuse | effume |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between effuse and effume

is that effuse is (obsolete) effusion; loss while effume is (obsolete) to breathe or puff out.

As verbs the difference between effuse and effume

is that effuse is to emit; to give off while effume is (obsolete) to breathe or puff out.

As an adjective effuse

is poured out freely; profuse.

As a noun effuse

is (obsolete) effusion; loss.

Effuse vs Affuse - What's the difference?

effuse | affuse |


In lang=en terms the difference between effuse and affuse

is that effuse is to leak out through a small hole while affuse is to pour out or upon.

As verbs the difference between effuse and affuse

is that effuse is to emit; to give off while affuse is to pour out or upon.

As an adjective effuse

is poured out freely; profuse.

As a noun effuse

is (obsolete) effusion; loss.

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