EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EFFLUX
Everything that he did and all that he said were merely the efflux of his high spirits as a schoolboy.
Antoninus says that the soul of man is an efflux from the divinity.
The fancy shunned them—a problem not to be settled by sudden municipal edicts, but only by the efflux of generations.
Practical maxims are spoken of, as merely probable, Right and Wrong as the efflux of moral sentiments.
In general, however, the efflux of water at these inferior openings is surprisingly uniform.
This efflux of their combined energies inspires them and exasperates the mighty resonance of metal which they rule.
Individual souls are an efflux from the all-compassing world-soul.
They held that the soul of man is merely an efflux of the universal soul, and that it comes into the body from without.
He saw some large sand banks before him, which had been left bare by the efflux of the tide.
In efflux of time that rule, becoming habitual, would be, No marriages within the local group.