- the ability of a substance to flow.
- a measure of this ability, the reciprocal of the coefficient of viscosity.Compare rhe.
- fluid mosaic model,
- fluid ounce,
- fluid pressure,
- fluidized bed,
Origin of fluidity
Examples from the Web for fluidity
She continued: “It also raises the issue of choice, and it also raises the issue of fluidity.”Is Bi the Last Taboo? Clive Davis Revives a Bitter Debate|Tricia Romano|February 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Noah-like rain is an opportunity for Carey to examine the fluidity of human feelings.
Its fluidity is a strength, because it is so complex and multi-layered.
Consuelo Castiglioni channeled “a new sense of ease and fluidity” at Marni, with muted robes layered over skin-colored silks.
The principle that fluidity is fundamental to social change is also true, however, of the community.Catastrophe and Social Change|Samuel Henry Prince
Its taste is bitter and aromatic, which it imparts to the otto as well as its fluidity.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
These motor boys and girls have what I may characterize as fluidity of the attention.The Story of the Mind|James Mark Baldwin
With obliterating unconcern, she reduced them to the fluidity of the inchoate.The Paliser case|Edgar Saltus
The fluidity of glass at a high temperature renders possible the processes of ladelling, pouring, casting and stirring.
c.1600, from French fluidité, from fluide (see fluid (adj.)), or else formed in English from fluid.