Origin of fluxion
OTHER WORDS FROM fluxionflux·ion·al, flux·ion·ar·y, adjectiveflux·ion·al·ly, adverb
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How to use fluxion in a sentence
"You come with a very nobby crew," said Mr. Fluxion, as the principal stepped upon the deck of the consort.
"That's a novel way to deal with a mutiny," added Mr. Fluxion, who was always in favor of decisive measures.
When they went on deck, the captain handed Mr. Fluxion a list of the names of the Josephine's mutineers.
Mr. Fluxion planked the quarter-deck, and did not manifest the least sign of an intention to go to Italy.
Fluxion is only giving us an airing for a day or two, just to see how we behave, and to give us a little wholesome discipline.