Influent

In"flu*ent

(n"fl*nt), a. [L. influens, -entis, p. pr. of influere, influxum, to flow in; pref. in- in + fluere to flow. See Fluid.] 1. Flowing in. "With influent tide." Cowper. "Influent odors." Mrs. Browning.
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2. Exerting influence; influential. [Obs.]
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I find no office by name assigned unto Dr. Cox, who was virtually influent upon all, and most active.
Fuller.
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