[verb in-ter-floh; noun in-ter-floh]
- to flow into each other; intermingle.
- an interflowing.
Origin of interflow
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The nature of the communication we have already tried to express by “interflow.”
There is an interflow of interests between the school and the homes that makes for unity of purpose and practice.The Vitalized School
Francis B. Pearson
- (intr) to flow together; merge
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