A'fflux. n.s. [affluxus, Lat.]
- The act of flowing to some place; affluence.
- That which flows to another place.
The cause hereof cannot be a supply by procreations; ergo, it must be by new affluxes to London out of the country. Graunt.
The infant grows bigger out of the womb, by agglutinating one afflux of blood to another. Harvey on Consumptions.