centrifugence

centrifugence

(ˌsɛntrɪˈfjuːdʒəns)
n
the property of being centrifugal
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In the end La bicicleta de Leonardo is just a sideboard of the writer's artistic defects, an exercise in excess and centrifugence.
That point is that all of these natural and social laws--laws like that of centrifugence and centripetence--are echoes of a more fundamental moral law in the universe, as he wrote in the 1867 "Progress of Culture.
I shall never believe that centrifugence and centripetence balance, unless mind heats and meliorates, as well as the surface and soil of the globe.