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diffuse
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The Aeneid
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  • A foreign son-in-law shall come from far (Such is our doom), a chief renown’d in war, Whose race shall bear aloft the Latian name, And thro’ the conquer’d world diffuse our fame.

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  • When the United States focused on terrorism, the movement went further underground and became more diffuse.
  • The lamp gives off a diffuse light.

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