Definitions for dispersible
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
(v.t.)to drive or send off in various directions; scatter.
to spread widely; disseminate.
to dispel; cause to vanish:
The wind dispersed the fog.
to cause (particles) to separate uniformly throughout a solid, liquid, or gas.
to subject (light) to dispersion.
(v.i.)to separate and move apart in different directions without order or regularity; become scattered.
to be dispelled; vanish.
* Syn: See scatter.
Origin of disperse:
1350–1400; < L dispersus, ptp. of dispergere=di-di -2+-spergere, der. of spargere to scatter, strew
Capable of being dispersed, or of forming a dispersion
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