fluidness


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  • noun

Synonyms for fluidness

the property of flowing easily

a changeable quality

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Such is Newcastle's fluidness defenders and deep-lying midfielders want to dwell on the ball in dangerous situations and, instead of a round of applause for cleverness, are punished.
Last season's 21-1-2 success story was based on a combination of fluidness, experience and a solid work ethic from athletes who understood each other's tendencies and knew where everyone else was on the ice.
There's been no fluid fluidness about Liverpool's play" - JASON McATEER
You can find it very irksome, or you can think on your y y g feet, and realise that this fluidness can actually create y y y possibilities.
Again, the fluidness of watercolour made it the perfect medium with which to further compliment the magic of the story.