fluidity

[ floo-id-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluidity

Synonyms for fluidity

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With obliterating unconcern, she reduced them to the fluidity of the inchoate.

The fluidity is increased by starting from a cotton which has been previously mercerised.

These motor boys and girls have what I may characterize as fluidity of the attention.

Its fluidity at the best is very imperfect, and its motion is very slow.

Only on this condition can he get used to the fluid's fluidity.

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

Water has its degree of heat which it does not lose but by losing its fluidity.

The fluidity, therefore, is really and truly the work of the grubs and of them alone.

The absence or the fluidity of parties makes the executive stronger than the legislature both in national and state politics.

But, quite apart from this, nothing but fluidity of judgment can ever lead the man of affairs to success.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLUIDITY

elasticity

nounstretchiness
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