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fluidity

noun as in fluency

Strong match

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A space in downtown Copenhagen called the Fluid Festival — which embraced fluidity within gender identity, expression and sexuality — was the most popular attraction.

I honestly think they do a good job featuring different body types and gender fluidity.

From Time

In the process of doing so, we are marginalizing our own experiences of gender fluidity.

However, there is a fine line between fluidity and vapor, and at the moment, some media employees are finding themselves in yet another fog of uncertainty.

From Digiday

The electronic ink screens on Kobo e-readers don’t have the fluidity and speed of smartphone displays.

She continued: “It also raises the issue of choice, and it also raises the issue of fluidity.”

The Noah-like rain is an opportunity for Carey to examine the fluidity of human feelings.

Some Republican true believers claim to feel energized and encouraged by the new fluidity in the race.

Its fluidity is a strength, because it is so complex and multi-layered.

Consuelo Castiglioni channeled “a new sense of ease and fluidity” at Marni, with muted robes layered over skin-colored silks.

This fluidity, though of advantage to the practised worker, is likely to give a beginner some trouble.

And gradually the earnest, immovable uniformity of accentuation is changed into a more billowing, rhythmic fluidity.

Let us take a liquid; is its fluidity the necessary quality?

For a real fluidity and an absolute immediacy are not compatible.

Each felt it as a sudden shock which, as in two chemicals hitherto mingling in placid fluidity, might cause crystallization.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fluidity, such as: facility.

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

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