influx

Introduction vs Influx - What's the difference?

introduction | influx |


As nouns the difference between introduction and influx

is that introduction is the act or process of introducing while influx is a flow inward or into something.

Throng vs Influx - What's the difference?

throng | influx |


As nouns the difference between throng and influx

is that throng is a group of people crowded or gathered closely together; a multitude while influx is a flow inward or into something.

As a verb throng

is (label) to crowd into a place, especially to fill it.

As an adjective throng

is (scotland|northern england|dialect) filled with persons or objects; crowded.

Influx vs Infuse - What's the difference?

influx | infuse |


As a noun influx

is a flow inward or into something.

As a verb infuse is

to cause to become an element of something; to insert or fill.

Incursion vs Influx - What's the difference?

incursion | influx |


As nouns the difference between incursion and influx

is that incursion is raid; incursion while influx is a flow inward or into something.

Incursions vs Influx - What's the difference?

incursions | influx |


As nouns the difference between incursions and influx

is that incursions is while influx is a flow inward or into something.

Influx vs Invasion - What's the difference?

influx | invasion |


As nouns the difference between influx and invasion

is that influx is a flow inward or into something while invasion is invasion.

Influx vs Infusion - What's the difference?

influx | infusion |


As nouns the difference between influx and infusion

is that influx is a flow inward or into something while infusion is tea (infusion made from herbs).

Ingress vs Influx - What's the difference?

ingress | influx |


As a proper noun ingress

is .

As a noun influx is

a flow inward or into something.

Influx vs Influent - What's the difference?

influx | influent |


As nouns the difference between influx and influent

is that influx is a flow inward or into something while influent is a stream which flows into another stream or lake; general for fluids flowing in.

As an adjective influent is

flowing in.

Influx vs Deluge - What's the difference?

influx | deluge |


As a noun influx

is a flow inward or into something.

As a proper noun deluge is

(bible) the biblical flood during the time of noah.

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