Part of speech: noun

The state or quality of being fluid. fluidness.

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Usage examples "fluidity":

  1. In any case, the expression gives us a glimpse of the primitive elasticity of Church order, and of the early fluidity, so to speak, of ecclesiastical language. - "The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon", Alexander Maclaren.
  2. In large degree, especially when the market lacks perfect fluidity, capital values are immediate, and not merely derived, values. - "The Value of Money", Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr..
  3. It opens the Passages which strain off the Bile; sheaths, or blunts, its Sharpness, gives it a proper Fluidity, prevents its Putridity, and sweetens whatever excessive Acrimony may reside throughout the Mass of Humours. - "Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health", Samuel Auguste David Tissot.