The heat and cold which surround the globe are in a state of constant and universal flux and reflux.
An old word, signifying the reflux of the waves by the force of the wind.
Sole dispenser of money, it cannot omit the oldest and most obvious means of amassing wealth by the flux and reflux of paper.
Flux and reflux, the fire and the water, the water and the fire!
I now saw a man as a wave recoiled lying close by the boat in the reflux.
From it and to it, in endless flux and reflux, the life blood goes.
So do flux and reflux—the rhythm of change—alternate and persist in everything under the sky.
It tends to make and to break fortunes, by the flux and reflux of paper.
To recall but one instance, what is the constant flux and reflux of the rivers and seas but Perpetual Motion?
The ebb and flow of these questionings is eternal, as the flux and reflux of the sea itself.
reflux re·flux (rē'flŭks')
A flowing back.
The process of refluxing.