Definition of fluidity
1 : the quality or state of being fluid
2 : the physical property of a substance that enables it to flow
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This remedial understanding of my sexuality fails to understand bisexuality's fluidity and complexity.
Yet Jones never appears to break a sweat, thanks to the fluidity of his ideas and the tautly controlled nature of his technique.
Fultz is a natural talent on the court that moves with fluidity and ease, and his abilities and tendencies have been dissected heavily heading into Thursday’s draft.
This is, instead, an angle about the fluidity, on and off the court, of class of 2018 five-star standouts Cameron Reddish, Romeo Langford and Immanuel Quickley.
Strengths: Isaac has impressive ball skills and fluidity of movement for a near 7-footer, which enables him to play either forward spot.
The thing that stands out in watching their interaction is the seemingly involuntary fluidity with which Scott repeatedly reaches out to soothe Gregory, who stops fidgeting only to watch the crowd for seconds at a time.
Early comments celebrate the precision of the controls, the fluidity of the chassis, and the firm hug of the simple sport seats.
Jacobs moves slowly with fluidity, concealing the magnitude of difficulty while simultaneously emphasizing its danger.
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