fluid

(redirected from fluidly)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • all
  • noun
  • adj

Synonyms for fluid

Synonyms for fluid

changing easily, as in expression

marked by facility, especially of expression

Synonyms for fluid

a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure

continuous amorphous matter that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas

Related Words

subject to change

Synonyms

Related Words

characteristic of a fluid

Synonyms

Related Words

smooth and unconstrained in movement

Related Words

in cash or easily convertible to cash

Synonyms

Related Words

affording change (especially in social status)

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The hospital-installed Sorenson Communication VP-200 videophone allows deaf and hard-of-hearing guests and patients who use ASL to fluidly communicate medical information and important patient-condition reports over the videophone to hearing family, friends, and co-workers who are offsite.
Elo is doing a new work to Philip Glass (I hope he puts some lights on it this time so we can see the dancing), with a set by portrait painter Chuck Close and costumes by fashion designer Ralph Rucci; a premiere from the promising Millepied (a NYCB principal who has begun to choreograph) to a commissioned score by Nico Muhly; and the company premiere of Tharp's fluidly fun Baker's Dozen to the jazz music of Willie "The Lion" Smith.
Apartments are fluidly planned in the resulting new perimeter zone, with minimal internal walls and wide balconies that even in Copenhagen's nippy climate act as enticing outdoor rooms.
A two-page spread depicting each animal's footprints precedes the reveal of the animals themselves fluidly illustrated with gorgeous, full-color artwork.
Werschkul and Wilson have spent the past few weeks sifting through video at their FSN edit bays trying to frame the half-hour shows, careful to make sure the storylines move fluidly despite the language difference.
The design features a coiled "fabric-like" display wall that fluidly separates the showroom from both the design and administrative areas.
The text reads fluidly, and is highly accessible especially to lay readers and study groups.
At just two hours, last night's performance was a more-than-manageable mini masterpiece with a 12-strong highly capable cast moving fluidly over the tiny stage.
Be it through fantasy, science fiction, magical realism, and now historical fiction, Hopkinson moves from one to another fluidly, dismissing all detour signs.
Dotted with quotations from the artist's private papers, this exhibition demonstrates that Wilmarth was a romantic soul who moved as fluidly between drawing and sculpture as he did between reality and the imagination.
David Fleming, director of National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, is considering relocating part of the Maritime Museum's contents, to tell the city's story to visitors more fluidly.
Licensure reciprocity, or the ability to move fluidly from one state to another and practice immediately, has been an ongoing problem for mobile administrators for years.
In general, Orso's prose is clear and unobstructed, fluidly moving the reader through what might, in less skilled hands, be a dry exhibition of historical proofs.
The Power Macintosh allows Virtus software to fluidly render complex scenes and -- in the future -- will make it possible to offer specialized shading techniques and animation.
After World War II he fluidly made the transition to power lawyer and LBJ confidant.