diffusibility

diffusible

[dih-fyoo-zuh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being diffused.

Origin:
1775–85; diffuse + -ible

diffusibility, diffusibleness, noun
diffusibly, adverb
nondiffusible, adjective
nondiffusibleness, noun
nondiffusibly, adverb
undiffusible, adjective
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diffuse
 
vb
1.  to spread or cause to spread in all directions
2.  to undergo or cause to undergo diffusion
3.  to scatter or cause to scatter; disseminate; disperse
 
adj
4.  spread out over a wide area
5.  lacking conciseness
6.  (esp of some creeping stems) spreading loosely over a large area
7.  characterized by or exhibiting diffusion: diffuse light; diffuse reflection
8.  botany (of plant growth) occurring throughout a tissue
 
[C15: from Latin diffūsus spread abroad, from diffundere to pour forth, from dis- away + fundere to pour]
 
 
diffusely
 
adv
 
dif'fuseness
 
n
 
diffusible
 
adj
 
diffusi'bility
 
n
 
dif'fusibleness
 
n

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