interflow

noun
in·​ter·​flow | \ˌin-tər-ˈflō \
variants: or inter-flow
plural interflows or inter-flows

Definition of interflow 

1 : a flowing into one another : a mixing together

2 : a continuous reciprocal movement or exchange an interflow of ideas

Other Words from interflow

interflow or inter-flow intransitive verb interflowed or inter-flowed; interflowing or inter-flowing
Thousands of Navajo who live in the area around Black Mesa get their domestic water from the aquifer or from waters that interflow with it. — Lawrence Lack

First Known Use of interflow

1830, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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