At this critical moment, this diffusion of attention is potentially crippling.
The diffusion of information sources, social media chief among them, simply makes that harder to do.
Thom Browne, known for his tricolor stripes and short-suits, will soon launch a diffusion collection called Thom Grey.
It is by this sort of diffusion that chicks which are being incubated get air, and that growing plants get food.
Like man, he must have a purpose; and his purpose is the diffusion of that goodness or good which he himself is.
It has also many noble charitable organizations and societies for the diffusion of science.
The soft layers are porous, and permit the diffusion of the acid from plate to plate.
For diffusion as for light the shorter waves are the most refracted.
It is not merely education that makes civilization, but diffusion of education.
Fig. 20 shows the aspect after two minutes, when the diffusion is almost complete.
diffusion dif·fu·sion (dĭ-fyōō'zhən)
The process of diffusing or the condition of being diffused.
The spontaneous intermingling of the particles of two or more substances as a result of random thermal motion.