tending to flow off or away.
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How to use diffluent in a sentence
In the genus Elaphomyces, the asci are more than commonly diffluent.Fungi: Their Nature and Uses | Mordecai Cubitt Cooke
The new-born infant is a spinal being, with an unformed diffluent brain, composed largely of water.
The diffluent imagination is another general form, but one that is completely opposed to the foregoing.
Thus the diffluent imagination is, trait for trait, the opposite of the plastic imagination.
Here we come away from the vague forms; the diffluent imagination becomes substantial and asserts itself through its permanence.