Definition of Influx

1. Noun. The process of flowing in.

Exact synonyms: Inflow
Generic synonyms: Flow
Specialized synonyms: Inpour, Inpouring, Inrush
Antonyms: Outflow, Efflux

Definition of Influx

1. n. The act of flowing in; as, an influx of light.

Definition of Influx

1. Noun. A flow inward or into something. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Influx

1. a flowing in [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Influx

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influenza bacillus
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influenza nostras
influenza type a
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influenza virus
influenza virus vaccines
influenza viruses
influenzal
influenzal pneumonia
influenzal virus pneumonia
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influenzavirus c
influx (current term)
influxes
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Literary usage of Influx

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1. Heaven and Its Wonders and Hell: From Things Heard and Seen by Emanuel Swedenborg, John Curtis Ager (1900)
"influx is spiritual and not physical, that is, influx is from the spiritual ... influx is through the internal man into the external, or through the spirit ..."

2. The Italian in America by Eliot Lord, John J. D. Trenor, Samuel June Barrows (1905)
"This influx continued during the next ten years without materially increasing the record of 1882 except in 1889, when the unprecedented number of 767 is ..."

3. A History of Literary Criticism in the Renaissance by Joel Elias Spingarn (1908)
"The Second influx of Italian Ideas The second influx of Italian critical ideas into France came through two channels. In the first place, ..."

4. The History of the Norman Conquest of England: Its Causes and Its Results by Edward Augustus Freeman (1879)
"Of these the flexions former was a direct result of the Norman Conquest: the and the influx of latter, so far as it was a result at all, was an indirect. ..."

5. History of California by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1890)
"The congregation of people in a hitherto desert quarter, and the immense influx from abroad, called into existence fresh avenues and means for traffic, ..."

6. Bulletin by United States Weather Bureau (1895)
"influx tubes.—The air entering C is taken out of the atmos phere, the three influx tubes E, 1), F passing through the window frame ..."

7. Life and Labour of the People in London by Charles Booth (1892)
"influx OF POPULATION (EAST LONDON). ... drain from the country is one of the greatest of the unsolved social problems of London. The existence of an influx ..."

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