Influx - REF

Influx (noun):Meaning:

  1. The arrival or entry of a large number of people or things, especially when it happens quickly and unexpectedly.
  2. The inflow of a substance or influence.


  1. The city experienced an influx of tourists during the holiday season.
  2. The sudden influx of orders overwhelmed the small business's capacity.
  3. The country witnessed a significant influx of refugees fleeing the conflict.


  1. Inflow, arrival, invasion.
  2. Rush, surge, deluge.


  1. Outflow, departure, exodus.
  2. Outflux, reduction, decrease.


  1. Massive influx: The city saw a massive influx of visitors for the international event.
  2. Influx of migrants: The region experienced an influx of migrants seeking better opportunities.
  3. Influx of information: The digital age has brought about an influx of information like never before.


  1. Ride the influx: The business decided to ride the influx of customers during the sale.
  2. Influx of cash: The sudden influx of cash allowed them to expand their operations.
  3. Influx of ideas: The brainstorming session brought about an influx of ideas for the project.


  1. Influx of energy: The morning coffee provided an influx of energy to start the day.
  2. Experience an influx: The store experienced an influx of customers after the grand opening.
  3. Influx of creativity: The art workshop led to an influx of creativity among the participants.


  1. Continuous influx: The continuous influx of newcomers enriched the cultural diversity of the city.
  2. Sudden influx: The sudden influx of orders caught the company off guard.
  3. Influx of support: The community rallied together in response to the influx of support for the charity.

Word Family (verb):

  • Influx (noun): The noun form of the word, representing the arrival or entry of a large number of people or things.
  • Influx (verb, rarely used): To cause a flow or arrival of something, although this usage is not common in contemporary English.

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