[ UK /dɪfjˈuːzɪŋ/ ]
[ US /dɪfˈjuzɪŋ/ ]
  1. spreading by diffusion
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How To Use diffusing In A Sentence

  • Opt instead to put a fresh face forward by smoothing on a bronzer, tinted moisturizer or light-diffusing product that's lightweight, yet will still even out your skin tone.
  • The young leaves are purplish-green, and form a curious contrast to the deep lurid hue of the older foliage; especially when the tree is (which often occurs) dimidiate, one half the green, and the other the red shades of colours; when in full blossom, all forms a mass of yellow, diffusing Himalayan Journals — Complete
  • Scott has always been preoccupied with diffusing the distinction between high art and popular culture.
  • This," -- according to that respectable authority, "seems to imply the reality of the business, those ascititious particles which he held together in his sensible shape being loosened at the vanishing, and so offending the nostrils by their floating and diffusing themselves in the open air." [ Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft
  • Diffusing glory with your rays, you have scaled the shining realm of heaven.
  • I refuse to accuse Fuse of diffusing confusion.
  • It allows us to entertain the idea of rebellion, diffusing that feeling without having to act upon it.
  • Hence the Chicago human capital school comes closest to diffusing economic inequality as an issue.
  • In an age of globalisation and marketisation, the life values sustained through the community life and love are constantly diffusing and substituted with competition.
  • Wrap chunks in foil and place directly over ceramic briquettes, or metal heat-diffusing bars.
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