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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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to spread; or to soften or calm


to be spread out (not concentrated) — sometimes implying a lack or organization or the use of too many words
  • Webb crossed the street, aware that a misty drizzle had suddenly filled the air, diffusing the glare of the streetlamps, halos beneath the orbs of rippled glass.
    Chapter 6 (70% in)
  • Men and women of all ages, from children to ancients, were dressed in rags, and pungent, heavy smoke curled slowly upward, filling the space between the decaying buildings, diffusing the light, heightening the gloom of the dark stone walls blackened by use and misuse.
    Chapter 8 (46% in)

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