Origin of efflux
Examples from the Web for effluxion
Historical Examples of effluxion
Very little history, too, relating to this interesting period has survived the effluxion of time.Warwickshire
So we must call this constant and intended act of Nature, a slip or effluxion .The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 1 of 3)
The council is elected for three years and is not subject to dissolution save by effluxion of time.
Modern Folkestone is already, by effluxion of time, becoming sharply divided into modern and more modern.The Ingoldsby Country
Charles G. (Charles George) Harper
To reproduce the names of his horses now would not be worth while, as from the effluxion of time the interest in them has ceased.The Greville Memoirs
Charles C. F. Greville
1640s, from Latin effluxus, past participle of effluere (see effluence).