from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a fluid.
  • adj. Relating to or controlled by fluidics.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Of or pertaining to a fluid
  • adj. Of or pertaining to fluidics

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a fluid; fluid.


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  • Advances in steel fabrication allowed the company to add delicate changes in shape in the relatively small panels, giving the Eon's exterior curves that are similar to the larger sedans it sells in the U.S. and other countries, a look that Hyundai calls "fluidic sculpture."

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  • Styled at Hyundai's Southern California design studio, the car manages to wear Hyundai's so-called fluidic styling without looking like it's retaining water.

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  • I have become an expression of the one issue in the mind worth the consideration of the artist, namely fluidic change.

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  • It must be added that she was warm and uncomfortable, having conscientiously superintended preparations in respect of commissariat in the overheated atmosphere of the basement; hurried upstairs -- the imagined tinkle of the front-door bell perpetually in her ears -- to pull her stays in at the waist and project herself into the aforementioned official garments -- a very trying process on a June day to a person of ample contours and what may be described as the fluidic temperament.

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  • In later years her powers, under the skilled guidance of (the late) Dr. Ochorowicz, took another turn and provided some of the most interesting and striking manifestations in the history of this subject, as, for example, his experiments in the photography of "fluidic" or "materialized" hands, and also in thought-photography.

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  • The man now is clothed, but with the Kâma Rûpa, or body of Kâma, the desire body, a body of astral matter, often termed "fluidic," so easily does it, during earth-life, take any form impressed upon it from without or moulded from within.

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  • Hyundai's small four-door has grown in size, which helps it wear those stretched 'fluidic' design cues rather nicely.


  • Like the word "fluidic", so did the patent office.


  • Of course, Jesus makes many references to intoxicating fluids: water, wine, blood, and ultimately spirit, which is obviously quite "fluidic," right?

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  • Now he is wrapping his emotion into a fluidic, almost taffy-like ball the size of a fist.

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