[ US /ˈfɫuənt/ ]
[ UK /flˈuːənt/ ]
  1. smooth and unconstrained in movement
    the fluid motion of a cat
    the liquid grace of a ballerina
    a long, smooth stride
  2. expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively
    silver speech
    able to dazzle with his facile tongue
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  • Immediately above the anterior perforated substance, the pear-shaped head of the caudate nucleus is confluent with the putamen of the lentiform nucleus.
  • Plurimum incitant et provocant influentiae caelestes. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • Coblentz had its ancient name of Confluentes, from its standing at the junction of the two rivers. The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 04: Caligula
  • Regular testing of influent to determine when the grit content is low enough to handle in the plant. Volcanic Ash -- Effects on Waste Water and Mitigation Strategies
  • The study, which was ordered by influential US military adviser Andrew Marshall, suggests that climate change should become an issue of national security rather than just a scientific discussion.
  • It was with a great sense of loss when I heard of influential economics blogger Doris "Tanta" death. Burma: Condolence message from a Burmese blogger monk
  • S · Eliot is one of the most influential poet literary critic in the 20 th century.
  • DePalma is fluent in a language that few of us can speak.
  • Suddenly his speech is fluent, his laughter rich and full. Times, Sunday Times
  • He has studied and performed jazz from bebop to fusion, played as fluently with hardcore and heavy metal musicians as with soundtrack samples.
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