Con"flux n. [From L. confluxus, p. p. See Confluent.]

1.

A flowing together; a meeting of currents.
"The conflux of meeting sap."
Shak.

The general conflux and concourse of the whole people.
Clarendon.

2.

A large assemblage; a passing multitude.

To the gates cast round thine eye, and see
What conflux issuing forth, or entering in.
Milton.

 

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