The protests so far have relied on a small group of core organizing bodies to harness broad but diffuse support.
One reason it's hard to conclusively decide whether Adderall works as a " smart pill" is because its effects are so diffuse.
Our challenge today is to develop new defenses against this more amorphous, diffuse and individualized one.
But most people don't really connect those dots, and that impact will be diffuse, over time.
The diffuse and imprecise nature of just who bares the increased tax liabilities makes the point difficult to understand.
It is full of Wagner's most inspired writing and most marvellous orchestration; but it is too long and too diffuse.
Knowledge is not necessarily light; and it is light, not knowledge, that we have to diffuse.
One of these cakes being burnt in the largest apartment, will diffuse a most agreeable odor through the whole room.
They diffuse what is known and forget what remains to be known.
The single Latin verse is a marvellous substitute for these diffuse and feeble lines.
diffuse dif·fuse (dĭ-fyōōs')
Not limited to one tissue or location; widespread. v. dif·fused, dif·fus·ing, dif·fus·es (dĭ-fyōōz')
To spread or to be spread widely, as through a tissue.