Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being fluid; fluidity.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The state of being fluid; fluidity.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The quality of being fluid.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the property of flowing easily
  • noun a changeable quality

Etymologies

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fluid +‎ -ness

Examples

  • 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.

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • 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.

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • 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.

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • 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.

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • 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.

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

  • And the light and space artists pushed this fluidness between shape and container through their investigation of the act of perception.

    Gabrielle Selz: Doug Wheeler Distills Infinity

  • And the light and space artists pushed this fluidness between shape and container through their investigation of the act of perception.

    Gabrielle Selz: Doug Wheeler Distills Infinity

  • 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.

    Charles Karel Bouley: Traces: Cirque of the Street

  • And the light and space artists pushed this fluidness between shape and container through their investigation of the act of perception.

    Gabrielle Selz: Doug Wheeler Distills Infinity

  • And the light and space artists pushed this fluidness between shape and container through their investigation of the act of perception.

    Gabrielle Selz: Doug Wheeler Distills Infinity

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