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  • v  move outward
  • v  spread or diffuse through
  • v  cause to become widely known
  • s  (of light rays) subjected to scattering by reflection from a rough surface or transmission through a translucent material
    diffused light
  • a  (of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected

  • Once more Cairo diffused through its screen of censorship a rosy mist of optimism-the same color as that which preceded the mist-shattering fall of Tobruk.
  • Yet the rumbling of antiglobalists shows that egalitarian sentiment isn't dead, just diffused.
  • In To the Lighthouse the stream-of-consciousness technique is present as before but its presence is subtler, more diffused.

  • Dave Roberts in USA Today
    My first feeling was fear,said center fielder Dave Roberts, who began to move toward Bonds. "Barry handled it like a pro. I'm glad the situation was diffused."
  • Pope Benedict XVI in Forbes
    Benedict said Europe should be on guard against "that practical attitude, widely diffused today, which systematically justifies compromises on essential human values."
  • Alan Greenspan in Bloomberg
    Should financial markets continue to become more interconnected internationally and flexible, "history suggests that current account imbalances will be diffused with modest risk of disruption," said Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan in a speech last week.

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