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Definition of "diffusing" [diffusing]

  • Present participle of diffuse. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "diffusing" in a sentence
  • "Ali Larijani, the conservative speaker of parliament, jumped to Khamenei's support when, forty-eight hours before Khamenei's "historic" visit to Qom, a reporter asked Larijani whether this visit would be successful in diffusing the enemy's plan to show a rift between Khamenei and senior clerics."
  • "Sessions, as desperate as Bush and company are to gut federally-protected rights and services, badly miscalculated the diverse, national resistance Pryor's nomination generated, and he was ineffectual in diffusing it."
  • "In that way it is a most important factor in diffusing information."