diffusive

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One of the maxims of the old Greek philosophers was that good is diffusive of itself.

I am so diffusive and wanting in close condensed habits of thought.

Our national life is too diffusive to yield the best social fruits.

For what is Catholicity but a unity which expands and is diffusive?

The French writer is inevitably epigrammatic first, and, if diffusive afterward, it is with malice aforethought.

Puritanism was radical in its views and sentiments, yet lacking that diffusive propagandist power inhering in conventional bodies.

The blunderbuss had not exploded; it always made that grand, booming, rattling, diffusive sort of a report.

Ardent spirit is a poison so diffusive and subtile that it is found, by actual experiment, to penetrate even the brain.

Among the rare causes of diffusive peritonitis is perforation of the intestine by lumbricoid worms.

And the very atmosphere of such bliss is diffusive; it seemed as if all the living creatures around understood.

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