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diffuse
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
to spread; or to soften or calm

or:

to be spread out (not concentrated) — sometimes implying a lack or organization or the use of too many words
  • On such a subject," sighing heavily, "can I have little temptation to be diffuse."
    Chapter 31 (36% in)

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