- fluid + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Moye praised his "fluidness" and "great arm," which needs timing work, and Graham Zug said he has been "very impressed" with the freshman's transition.”
“And the light and space artists pushed this fluidness between shape and container through their investigation of the act of perception.”
“It's easy to classify or compare "Traces" to other theatre experiences; It has the acrobatics of a Cirque production, the raw excitement and street feel of any current dance movie or "Think You Can Dance" TV show, the fluidness of a ballet and moves that seem to defy the laws of physics.”
“That has been pushed back repeatedly throughout the course of this hour, and I think that really kind of speaks to the fluidness and how quickly things might be changing here behind the scenes -- Campbell.”
“The movie is based on a certain, now almost eerie, fluidness of time, while at the same time being about a distinctly specific time.”
“At a time of cinched waists and structured frocks, Yves Saint Laurent envisioned short, tent-like dresses that were fitted at the shoulders and then kicked away from the body with a flirty fluidness.”
“He is more comfortable making plays in front of him than when having to change direction, as he lacks fluidness.”
“Gets in and out of his breaks with some fluidness and uses his size to his advantage in jump ball situations.”
“I would say that my most marked hooping characteristic is my fluidity – the fluidness with which I move my body, and the way I flow between moves in general.”
“That was a miscommunication due to the fluidness of the situation.”
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