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View definitions for disseminated

disseminated

adjective as in issued

adjective as in scattered

adjective as in sowed

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Teens may be unaware of the potential for their private images to end up being disseminated.

In the past, more hardware-oriented companies provided the “pipelines” through which traditional media disseminated their product.

And data collected and disseminated by the government is hugely important.

Flight allowed mankind a new perspective on itself, which aerial photography eventually captured and disseminated.

Many Jewish goals were achieved by having these lies disseminated throughout the world.

These disseminated them to the people, with proper commentaries, in dark hints and distant observations.

Quartz, containing disseminated hematitic iron-ore and copper pyrites.

She lived in her body; and her consciousness was all sunk into and disseminated through her members, where it luxuriously dwelt.

In this fibrous mass the seeds, which are nearly as large as those of a quince, are disseminated.

The work of the destructive critics has been widely disseminated in current literature.

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On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disseminated, such as: broadcast, circulated, diluted, dispersed, distributed, and expanded.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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