disseminate

Part of speech: noun

Dissemination.

Part of speech: verb

To sow broadcast; diffuse; promulgate.

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Usage examples "disseminate":

  1. This we can do with great advantage in our relations with Roumania, and it will be a source of much gratification to me if the information which I have here attempted to disseminate should have the slightest tendency in that direction. - "Roumania Past and Present", James Samuelson.
  2. I took solid comfort here, and I also got some new and useful idees that I could disseminate to Miss Isham, and she that wuz Submit Tewksbury. - "Samantha at the World's Fair", Marietta Holley.
  3. The generous wish which a free people must form to disseminate freedom, the grateful emotion which rejoices in the happiness of a benefactor, and a strong personal interest as well in the liberty as in the power of this country, all conspire to make us far from indifferent spectators, and he glanced at Calvert as though certain of having expressed the young man's sentiments as well as his own. - "Calvert of Strathore", Carter Goodloe.