Circumfluence

Cir*cum"flu*ence

(?), n. A flowing round on all sides; an inclosing with a fluid.
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Cir*cum"flu*ent

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Cir*cum"flu*ous

(?), } a. [L. circumfluere, p. pr. of circumfluere; circum + fluere to flow; also L. circumfluus.] Flowing round; surrounding in the manner of a fluid. "The deep, circumfluent waves." Pope.
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Cir`cum*fo*ra"ne*an

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Cir`cum*fo*ra"ne*ous

(?), } a. [L. circumforaneus found in markets; circum + forum a market place.] Going about or abroad; walking or wandering from house to house. Addison.
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