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effusive

adjective building up, complimentary, delighted with, demonstrative, ebullient, emotional, emotive, enthusiastic, exuberant, fervent, gushhng with compliments, gushy, heaping praise, overflowing, praising, profuse
See also: demonstrative, loquacious, unrestrained, voluble
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Sean is advised to 'Find the bomb and you'll find the bomber,' before he finds himself back on the train, replaying the last eight minutes of known existence before the explosion, as the pretty girl thanks him effusively once again.
Many of us are unconvinced of the lofty assertions that new translations will enable us to soar linguistically, pray effusively and celebrate faith in a style worthy of Cicero or Churchill.
These recordings were made over a sixteen-year period, and the Lydians play with brio and a seemingly effortless tightness, their tone at times grimly determined and at others effusively florid.
He is taking on allcomers at the popular pub game Shuffleboard, chasing beers with Tequila shots and waxing effusively about the magnificence of The Features, the first band the Kings have signed to their new label, Serpents And Snakes.
Humour is a wonderful weapon When she says how lucky your daughter is, agree over effusively.
In all it takes about five minutes and when he is finished she opens her eyes, listens intently to his words, bursts into tears, thanks him effusively and discreetly slips pesos into his hand.
The latter title which simply describes--not effusively dizzyingly oppressively or immoderately but essentially--the nature of this book.
Pietersen showed signs of warming to his job, effusively praising players while holding back on questions about Vaughan's comeback or the poor form of number three batsman Ian Bell.
The two leaders held a press conference following the meeting in which they effusively praised each other.
The Jamaican in that article quite effusively identifies herself with her small island over being African.
But studies over the years haven't praised PCs nearly as effusively as the marketing materials of PC manufacturers.
I have a wonderful job," she effusively acknowledges.