Definition of "diffused" [dif•fused]

  • To spread or cause to spread in all directions (verb)
  • To undergo or cause to undergo diffusion (verb)
  • To scatter or cause to scatter; disseminate; disperse (verb)
  • Spread out over a wide area (adjective)
  • Lacking conciseness (adjective)
  • (esp of some creeping stems) spreading loosely over a large area (adjective)
  • Characterized by or exhibiting diffusion (adjective)
  • (of plant growth) occurring throughout a tissue (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of diffuse. (verb)

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Use "diffused" in a sentence
  • "It was an exquisite room, possibly thirty-five by sixty and rising to a lofty trussed ceiling where a warm golden light was diffused from a skylight of yellow glass."
  • "But just caught the newly-refurbished Midland Hotel bathed in diffused late afternoon light."
  • "He played with the melancholy which the phrase diffused, he felt it stealing over him, but like a caress which only deepened and sweetened his sense of his own happiness."