n.1.Overflow; exuberance.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Keynote speaker Carolyn Clancy, MD, VA interim undersecretary of health, acknowledged these problems and says the VA plans to address them through hiring, new online resources, the use of contracted care as a relief valve when there's an overflux of patients and, above all, using communication and transparency about the problems and progress to gain back the trust of veterans.
Soul as an overflux which Self contains resistlessly, i.e.
In "Phantom of Clouds," street and carpet and tatterdemalion likewise occasion an overflux of change.