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diffuse (adjective), more diffuse, most diffuse
1. A reference to something that is spread out over a large area and which is not concentrated or focused in one space: The diffuse university has been emphasizing a liberal arts education and not just being focused on technology.
2. Pertaining to a lack of conciseness, clarity, or understanding: The man presented a diffuse argument as to how he lost control of his car and ran off the road while he was driving home.
3. Etymology: from Latin diffusum, "poured forth"; from dis-, "away" + fundere, "to pour".
Not concentrated, but having long-winded verbose.
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Spread out or dispersed and using more words than necessary.
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This entry is located in the following units: dis-, di-, dif- (page 2) fus-, fun-, fund-, fut-, found- (page 2)
Word Entries at Get Words: “more diffuse
Referring to something that lacks conciseness or clarity; using more words than necessary or an excess of words which are not needed. (2)