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con·flux

 (kŏn′flŭks′)
n.
A confluence.

[From Latin cōnfluxus, past participle of cōnfluere, to flow together; see confluent.]

Conflux

 a flowing together, or into each other, as rivers or their tributaries; a confluence.
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Noun1.conflux - a flowing together
blending, blend - the act of blending components together thoroughly

conflux

noun
A converging at a common center:
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The house at Fremona has always been much regarded even by those emperors who persecuted us; Sultan Segued annexed nine large manors to it for ever, which did not make us much more wealthy, because of the expensive hospitality which the great conflux of strangers obliged us to.
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