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Fluid vs. Ichor

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Fluidnoun

Any substance which can flow with relative ease, tends to assume the shape of its container, and obeys Bernoulli's principle; a liquid, gas or plasma.

Ichornoun

(Greek mythology) The liquid said to flow in place of blood in the veins of the gods.

Fluidnoun

Intravenous fluids.

Ichornoun

(by extension)

Fluidadjective

(not comparable) Of or relating to fluid.

Ichornoun

The blood of human beings or animals; also (obsolete) the clear, fluid portion of blood; blood plasma, plasma.

Fluidadjective

In a state of flux; subject to change.

Ichornoun

A blood-like fluid.

Fluidadjective

Moving smoothly, or giving the impression of a liquid in motion.

Ichornoun

A fluid believed to seep out from magma and cause rock to turn into granite.

Fluidadjective

(of an asset) Convertible into cash.

Ichornoun

A fetid, watery discharge from a sore; pus.

Fluidadjective

(rare) Genderfluid.

Ichornoun

An ethereal fluid that supplied the place of blood in the veins of the gods.

Fluidadjective

Having particles which easily move and change their relative position without a separation of the mass, and which easily yield to pressure; capable of flowing; liquid or gaseous.

Ichornoun

A thin, acrid, watery discharge from an ulcer, wound, etc.

Fluidnoun

A fluid substance; a body whose particles move easily among themselves.

Ichornoun

(Greek mythology) the rarified fluid said to flow in the veins of the Gods

Fluidnoun

a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure

Ichornoun

a fluid product of inflammation

Fluidnoun

a continuous amorphous substance that tends to flow and to conform to the outline of its container: a liquid or a gas

Ichor

In Greek mythology, ichor () is the ethereal fluid that is the blood of the gods and/or immortals. The Ancient Greek word ἰχώρ (ikhṓr) is of uncertain etymology, and has been suggested to be a foreign word.

Fluidadjective

subject to change; variable;

‘a fluid situation fraught with uncertainty’; ‘everything was unstable following the coup’;

Fluidadjective

characteristic of a fluid; capable of flowing and easily changing shape

Fluidadjective

smooth and unconstrained in movement;

‘a long, smooth stride’; ‘the fluid motion of a cat’; ‘the liquid grace of a ballerina’; ‘liquid prose’;

Fluidadjective

in cash or easily convertible to cash;

‘liquid (or fluid) assets’;

Fluidadjective

affording change (especially in social status);

‘Britain is not a truly fluid society’; ‘upwardly mobile’;

Fluidnoun

a substance that has no fixed shape and yields easily to external pressure; a gas or (especially) a liquid

‘body fluids’; ‘a bottle of cleaning fluid’;

Fluidadjective

(of a substance) able to flow easily

‘the paint is more fluid than tube watercolours’;

Fluidadjective

smoothly elegant or graceful

‘her movements were fluid and beautiful to watch’;

Fluidadjective

not settled or stable; likely or able to change

‘the fluid political situation of the 1930s’; ‘our plans are still fluid’;

Fluidadjective

(of a clutch or coupling) using a liquid to transmit power.

Fluid

In physics, a fluid is a liquid, gas, or other material that continually deforms (flows) under an applied shear stress, or external force. They have zero shear modulus, or, in simpler terms, are substances which cannot resist any shear force applied to them.

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