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noun as in flow, rush

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Other projects that were further along were given an influx of cash.

From Time

The expected influx into National Landing has already inflated housing prices in the area and sparked several new transportation projects, including expansion of Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express services.

These precautions protect remote mountain towns from an influx of the virus, but there are other, massive costs associated with closing down.

From Time

Even though no laws appear to have been broken, the rally has shaken financial overseers with investment firms unsure of how to adjust for the influx.

From Time

That anticipated influx of additional demand for a shrinking inventory supply means that Tatari is looking to lock up TV ad slots way further ahead of time than they typically do.

From Digiday

By the early 1960s, Las Vegas enjoyed an influx of casino employees with experience in Havana.

The influx of talent behind the tables and in the showrooms was undeniable.

He still held out hope in Georgia because changing demographics, particularly the influx of Latinos.

Besides, if DACA were to blame for the influx, it would have happened two years earlier when the policy was enacted.

The fragile peace in Ukraine is being threatened by an influx of gear and armed men.

I should never have known the place, it has changed so since the close of the war and the influx of visitors from the North.

They were now to be entirely relieved of the annoyance and disorganisation caused by the nightly influx of casual inmates.

But a new influx of the crowd distracted the attention of La Hurire, and separated the king and his companions from the hotel.

The influx of Hebrews, toward whom the members of this club had a deep race prejudice, drove them out of this neighborhood.

The sudden influx of grain into the market thus produced, caused a great decline in prices.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to influx, such as: arrival, incursion, inflow, introduction, invasion, and convergence.

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