- capable of being diffused.
Origin of diffusible
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Examples from the Web for diffusible
It is more than probable that the rate of absorption of diffusible products from the stomach has been overestimated.On Digestive Proteolysis
R. H. Chittenden
The peptones transformed in the stomach from nitrogenous alimentary principles are highly soluble and diffusible.
Diffusible stimulants are general stimulants the effects of which are rapid but fugacious, as ether or alcohol.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
For this reason, the combination with a diffusible stimulant is always desirable: five grains of camphor and of extr.A System of Midwifery
The constitutional remedies are derived chiefly from the class of diffusible stimulants.Memoranda on Poisons
Thomas Hawkes Tanner