FluinityFlu*in"i*ty\, n. [Cf. F. fluidit['e].] The quality of being fluid or capable of flowing; a liquid, a["e]riform. or gaseous state; -- opposed to solidity. It was this want of organization, this looseness and fluidity of the new movement, that made it penetrate through every class of society. --J. R. Green.
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