profluence


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profluence

(ˈprəʊfluːəns)
n
1. abundance
2. (Rhetoric) rhetoric the continuing flow of a narrative
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Profuse vaginal discharge, pain and adnexal mass, so called "hydrops tubae profluence" first described in 1916 by Latzko, is rarely reported (2).
"As your fiction champions these qualities, it perhaps also continues the realist tradition--and I'm reminded, of course, of John Gardner's talk of "profluence," of the vivid and continuous dream.
"Orden, orden en la narracion," commands Manso in chapter one, but he soon finds art and life intractable media with their own irrationally human profluence (1185).