This assumption Locke combats rather too diffusely, according to our notions.
Is memory made apt and extensive or narrow and diffusely irrelevant?
He spoke for five and a half hours, much too diffusely, spinning out what he might have said in half the time.
A grim tale finely (perhaps just a little too diffusely) told and admirably presented.
He wrote rapidly and diffusely; throwing off everything at a first draft, without much correction or polish.
The mucous membrane of the pharynx will be diffusely red or purplish and shiny.
Ill-smelling, resinous shrubs, four to ten feet high; diffusely branched.
"Let me have the pleasure of telling it you my way," cried she, and told it diffusely, and kept him writhing.
diffuse dif·fuse (dĭ-fyōōs')
Not limited to one tissue or location; widespread. v. dif·fused, dif·fus·ing, dif·fus·es (dĭ-fyōōz')
To spread or to be spread widely, as through a tissue.