- an act of flowing; a flow or flux.
- Mathematics. the derivative relative to the time.
Origin of fluxion
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Examples from the Web for fluxion
Mr. Fluxion remained on deck; for he attended to the navigation himself.
Mr. Fluxion "made no sign," and the acting officers were as reticent as ever.
In a word, Mr. Fluxion understood his crew, and knew what he was about.
Mr. Fluxion immediately went on board of the ship, and reported to the principal.
Mr. Fluxion called Captain Terrill, and the order was given to pipe all hands.
C16: from Late Latin fluxiō a flowing
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