So we know that boring down to the bedrock and pumping it full of fluid can cause earthquakes.
Pecora records what he heard and thought about in a fluid, skeptical manner.
He came up with a breakthrough idea in the field of fluid dynamics, with a device that became known as the Pitot tube.
“The bottom line is that the credit market in America is a very sophisticated and fluid process of risk evaluation,” Beacom said.
Yet he is a skilled communicator, and politics is a fluid environment, so anything is possible.
Her whole nature was fluid to the truth, as the atoms she spoke of.
The mosquitoes now got in their work and deprived us of some of the fluid which gives us life.
The dish suits them; only, by the action of their pepsin, it becomes so fluid that they die submerged.
The spear was withdrawn, with about a foot of its blunt end reddened by the fluid.
This acts as a seton, and causes the fluid to freely discharge itself.
fluid flu·id (flōō'ĭd)
An amorphous substance whose molecules move freely past one another; a liquid or gas. adj.
Of or characteristic of a fluid.
A state of matter, such as liquid or gas, in which the component particles (generally molecules) can move past one another. Fluids flow easily and conform to the shape of their containers. See also state of matter, viscosity.