Which preposition to use with suffuse

with Occurrences 102%

The admiration of the colonel, indeed, almost overwhelmed Donnegan, but he saw that in spite of the genial smile, the face suffused with warmth, the colonel was watching him every instant, flinty-eyed.

in Occurrences 9%

The Woolworth Tower was suffused in a soft and shadowy light.

through Occurrences 2%

From a drawing by B. Westmacott.] Much of Shakespeare's humor is delicately suffused through his plays.

throughout Occurrences 1%

The moral, really, is suffused throughout the work, is the blood of its being; that it should be formulated at the close is quite in accord with the simplicity which marked the whole conception of the "Lyrical Ballads," and is moreover perfectly harmonious with the spirit of the poem itself.

over Occurrences 1%

There was a marvellous glow suffused over the western sky, infinitely beautiful while it lasted; and immediately below a silvery mist had risen from the surface of the broad trout stream, and was hanging over the old Norman tower of the church.

like Occurrences 1%

Its importance is due to the quality of its crème éclairs, which attract the gilded Staff in such large numbers that the interior is usually suffused like an Eastern sunset with a rich glow of red tabs and gilt braid.

from Occurrences 1%

St. Paul's Epistles reveal a theology by no means as precise and fixed as is popularly imagined, undergoing rapid changes, growing with his growth, always suffused from the soul with emotions which struggled against the prison bars of thought and speech.

Which preposition to use with  suffuse