fluid

[ floo-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluid

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUID

A fluid that serves the gods and goddesses in place of blood.

In truth, his learnings and achievements are fluid and moving.

Once fairly hit by this fluid, I imagine most animals will drop the skunk.

I moistened my finger on my tongue, lifted the fluid from my cheek, and tasted it.

Every fluid of the body is salty, and every cell of the body is bathed in salt water.

But it is like a vibration of great speed and heat, like a fluid and magnetic heat.

Then the sickly glow of the "fluid" lamp shone through the doorway.

Then shall come to pass what my poet said; 'Nature is not fixed but fluid.

There were three coverings over the fluid that held the pupil.

The grease, which rises to the top of the fluid, may thus be easily removed.

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