The findens quor nave considers the sea as a conflux of its component waters; the scindens, merely as a whole.
Charleston is situated at the conflux of the rivers Ashley and Cooper.
One day I saw the American army standing "in the centre of immensities, in the conflux of eternities," at the focus of histories.
Athelney, a morass formed by the conflux of the Thone and the Parret.
The conflux of the sutural or inner margins of the two Elytra, where when closed they unite longitudinally.
There appeared no conflux of men in obedience to the proclamation.
Stands he not thereby in the centre of Immensities, in the conflux of Eternities?
In about two hours we arrived at the bottom, where there is a conflux of two rivers, that issue from the mountains.
It was situated about four miles from Bridgewater, near the conflux of the rivers Parrot and Tone?
We encamped this evening at the conflux of the Simpang stream and Ipu river.
a growing together; concrescence
Latin confluentia 'act of flowing together'
confluence con·flu·ence (kŏn'flōō-əns)
A flowing or meeting together; a joining.