Definition of Inflowing

1. Adjective. Flowing inward.

Exact synonyms: Influent
Similar to: Incoming



Definition of Inflowing

1. Adjective. flowing inward ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inflowing

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inflicting
infliction
inflictions
inflictive
inflictor
inflictors
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inflight
infliximab
inflorescence
inflorescences
inflorescent
inflow
inflowed
inflowing (current term)
inflows
influencable
influence
influence peddler
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influencers
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Literary usage of Inflowing

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1. Airscrews in Theory and Experiment by Arthur Fage (1920)
"INFLUENCE OF THE inflowing MOTION OF AIR ON THE PERFORMANCE OF AN AIRSCREW A ... It is seen then that when account is not taken of the inflowing velocity, ..."

2. Our Homes, and how to Make Them Healthy by Shirley Forster Murphy, Robert Brudenell Carter (1883)
"Dr. Arnott proposed an apparatus on the principle of the gas-holder, by which he could carefully regulate the quantity of inflowing air. ..."

3. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"... ere dawn, inflowing tide. Being few, like worms, crept forth, From slough ; those found, ... inflowing ..."

4. The Apocalypse Explained According to the Spiritual Sense: In which the by Emanuel Swedenborg (1894)
"That "rain" in the Word does not mean rain, but the inflowing Divine, which causes intelligence and wisdom, and also the good of love and truth of faith in ..."

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