without sacrificing its terrifying aspect. The Romantica described in anticipation the receptions in the gloomy salon, the light diffused by electricity, simulating torches,
A portion of the unbound reagent diffuses from the cell and can be removed by washing.
For the neighboring structure lines not to intersect on deviation thereof, the additional image must be sufficiently diffuse.
If you try more, you will just diffuse your efforts.
Specifically, the surface should not diffuse the light.
The light that poured through it was taking on a strange diffuse quality, diminishing.
The Dreamreader reads each spark of self into the air, where it diffuses and dissipates.
The organ rolled diffusing the flutelike notes of a canticle of joy.
The wok pan diffuses intense heat uniformly, so that the food is cooked in less time and using less oil.
The rage that had exploded inside me diffused.
(of light rays) subjected to scattering by reflection from a rough surface or transmission through a translucent material: distributed
(of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected: soft, diffuse