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Efflux vs. Influx

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  • Efflux (noun)

    The process of flowing out.

    "We all age through the efflux of time."

    "The efflux of matter from a boil can be painful."

  • Efflux (noun)

    That which has flowed out.

    "the efflux of a boil"

  • Efflux (verb)

    To run out; to flow forth.

  • Efflux (verb)

    To pass away.

  • Influx (noun)

    A flow inward or into something; a coming in.

    "infusion|intromission|introduction|importation"

    "I'll buy a new computer when I get an influx of cash."

  • Influx (noun)

    That which flows or comes in.

  • Influx (noun)

    influence; power.

Wiktionary
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  • Efflux (noun)

    The act or process of flowing out, or issuing forth; effusion; outflow; as, the efflux of matter from an ulcer; the efflux of men's piety.

  • Efflux (noun)

    That which flows out; emanation; effluence.

  • Efflux (verb)

    To run out; to flow forth; to pass away.

  • Influx (noun)

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

  • Influx (noun)

    A coming in; infusion; intromission; introduction; importation in abundance; also, that which flows or comes in; as, a great influx of goods into a country, or an influx of gold and silver.

  • Influx (noun)

    Influence; power.

Webster Dictionary
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  • Efflux (noun)

    the process of flowing out

  • Influx (noun)

    the process of flowing in

Princeton's WordNet
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