flux[ fluhks ]SEE DEFINITION OF flux
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUX
Let us first approach the river-gods, or patrons of the flux.
This was the subjective which corresponded to the objective 'All is flux.'
The sense of flux which had haunted her all the year disappeared for a time.
The inventor of words being a patron of the flux, was a great enemy to stagnation.
Whether the doctrine of the flux or of the eternal nature be the truer, is hard to determine.
Who looks upon a river in a meditative hour, and is not reminded of the flux of all things?
He glanced over at the equate-panel, at the flux of dancing lights.
Flux and reflux, the fire and the water, the water and the fire!
He was sick of a flux nine months, and had a child which died of the plague.
The flux is applied and the iron run slowly along the joint.