diffusion[ dih-fyoo-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF diffusion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIFFUSION
Like man, he must have a purpose; and his purpose is the diffusion of that goodness or good which he himself is.
The soft layers are porous, and permit the diffusion of the acid from plate to plate.
It is not merely education that makes civilization, but diffusion of education.
All of them would be smothered and starved to death as soon as diffusion ceased.
It is seeking to combat disease in its centers of diffusion.
It aids in the realization of life and the diffusion of activity.
A number of proofs of its diffusion have been collected by Drexler, loc.
A diffusion of Luther's translation of the Bible had produced a revolution.
Two circumstances tended to promote the diffusion of the revival.
If less than one inch, however, the diffusion of light is not so good.