What is the past tense of suffuse?

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The past tense of suffuse is suffused.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of suffuse is suffuses.

The present participle of suffuse is suffusing.

The past participle of suffuse is suffused.

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Lynott suffused his songs with images of the lone ranger, the jailbreaker, the downtrodden underdog.
A New Orleans-esque red glow suffused the place and a long banquette lined the back wall.
But for the most part the music is taut, suffused with a ragged but determined power that has few equals among their contemporaries.
This looks authentic and suffused with a rich, intelligent kind of warm-heartedness.
Why, by contrast, would I be suffused with shame and self-disgust if I lifted an apple from a market vendor's stall?
The idea was that the deliriously loved-up men would unable to resist one another, but would be suffused with regret once the potion wore off.

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