diffusely diffusely


  • (adv) in a diffuse manner


  1. According to Grubben, anti-Muslim sentiments are not restricted to the remnants of Dutch right-wing political parties but are spread more diffusely across society.
  2. The costs of each group's selfishness are spread diffusely across the whole nation, after all, while the benefits are captured by the group.


  • "The storage of data could cause a diffusely threatening feeling of being under observation that can diminish an unprejudiced perception of one's basic rights in many areas," said Hans-Jürgen Papier, the court's president.
    on Mar 2, 2010 By: Hans-Jürgen Papier Source: International Herald Tribune

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