dissemination[ dih-sem-uh-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissemination
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSEMINATION
A dissemination of characteristics; moral and physical resemblance to his mother.
Scandal-mongering Rome could not have resisted the dissemination of it.
A society for the dissemination of the truth that everybody knows and nobody tells!
Hence she would be held more accountable for the dissemination of light.
When facts have been ascertained, their dissemination and acceptance is another problem.
Now, what was Tomkins's motive for the utterance and dissemination of these lies?
He was untiring in the dissemination of his peculiar views of government.
Such a method of dissemination must accrue to the advantage of a species.
It is generally conceded, however, that these enemies assist in dissemination.
Their influence in the dissemination of thought was immense.