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flux

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of flux

  1. 1 the frequent and usually sudden passing from one condition to another the English language is always in a state of flux Synonyms change, fluctuation, inconstancy, oscillation Related Words metamorphosis, mutation, transformation, transmogrification, transmutation; vacillation, wavering

  2. 2 a flowing or coming in January typically brings a great flux of returns to department stores Synonyms affluence, influx, income, inflow, inpouring, inrushRelated Words deluge, flood, flow, inundation, overflow, spate, torrent; rush, stampede; river, stream, tideNear Antonyms emigration, exodus, flightAntonyms outflow, outpouring

  3. 3 abnormally frequent intestinal evacuations with more or less fluid stools Civil War doctors noted frequent cases of flux in the camps Synonyms Delhi belly, diarrhea, Montezuma's revenge, runs, trots, turistaRelated Words dysentery, shigellosis; scour(s)


flux

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of flux

  1. to go from a solid to a liquid state a solid will flux more quickly under pressure Synonyms deliquesce, liquefy, fuse, melt, run, thawRelated Words found, gutter, smelt, try; dissolve, render; soften, thinNear Antonyms clot, coagulate, congeal, gel, jell, jelly, thickenAntonyms harden, set, solidify



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