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Flowing back; ebbing.

[Latin refluēns, refluent-, present participle of refluere, to flow back : re-, re- + fluere, to flow; see fluent.]

ref′lu·ence n.
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39) Miles and Flora terrify because they are somehow "not themselves," or not the selves we imagine our children to be: they are stand-ins, or ciphers, channels stained and swollen by refluence of desires radically excluded, but never banished altogether.