diffused

[ UK /dɪfjˈuːzd/ ]
[ US /dɪfˈjuzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected
  2. (of light rays) subjected to scattering by reflection from a rough surface or transmission through a translucent material
    diffused light
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How To Use diffused In A Sentence

  • But the mood has been building for several years, diffused through a host of single issue campaigns, through numerous signs of dissent and discontentment.
  • And it is nothing wonderful; if the devils are proved to cause those to be much worse hated who live not according to a part only of the word diffused ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus
  • However, it is an impersonal god, without name, without history, immanent in the world, diffused within an innumerable plurality of things…
  • The morning light was diffused to a mucky orange by the pollution of the shuddering city.
  • Rather, the smell of the place urges me indeterminately, diffusedly, to truantry. Journeys to Bagdad
  • Combined together, the inner layer appears diffused and gauzy, successfully creating the illusion of depth and reflection.
  • Apart from foliate designs, Renaissance patterns diffused relatively slowly through northern Europe and Spain.
  • The history of the house has been diffused through family legend.
  • The wavelength, or the number of oscillations per second, in the light thus diffused is here the same as in the original ray of light. Nobel Prize in Physics 1930 - Presentation Speech
  • As spacing between casimir plates formed by cavities in Rayney nickel gets smaller the vacuum fluctuations and therefore any matter diffused therough them twist on the time axis trading spatial parameters for temporal but maintaining the same quadric volume. Worldchanging: Bright Green
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