Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of flux.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Still a kind of fluxing situation here for Pulaski in Tennessee and also moving toward the town of Fayetteville, Tennessee now, a tornado warning for that area until 7: 15 local time.

    CNN Transcript May 6, 2003

  • Even if the big generation vanes were to work in this vicinity as the repulse had — from what little I knew of jump, I knew we dared not try, not unless we wanted to string our components and bits of that mass into some kind of fluxing soup ... half to stay here and half to fly off elsewhere.

    Port Eternity

  • Every businesses needs documents employees can refer to, pantra-laterally, to help steer their decisions through times of uncertainty and deal with rapidly fluxing global business enterprise environment, secure touch points that provide direction and solace, Rocks of Gibraltar in miniature, if you will.

    Comcast's Official Make A New Pot Of Coffee Policy - The Consumerist

  • Man's place in the ever-fluxing chaos of the world was definite and pre-ordained -- if by no other token, then by denial that there was any ever-fluxing chaos.

    WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL

  • Himself a live thing, solid and substantial, possessed of weight and dimension, a reality incontrovertible, he moved through the space and place of being, concrete, hard, quick, convincing, an absoluteness of something surrounded by the shades and shadows of the fluxing phantasmagoria of nothing.

    CHAPTER XXIV

  • Madame Pele (the Fire or Volcano Goddess) fling red-fluxing lava down the long slopes of Mauna Loa, destroying fish-ponds on the sea-brim and licking up droves of beef cattle, villages, and humans on her fiery way.

    WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL

  • All such things no longer are, for they were forms, manifestations of fluxing matter ere they melted into the flux again.

    Chapter 12

  • Life is vastly different from mere chemic matter fluxing in high modes of notion.

    Chapter 12

  • Coalitions were common in the fluxing politics of the 19th century and they were lubricated by a greater fluidity of party allegiances.

    Queen Victoria would be amused by this Clameron coalition

  • And after that everything started fluxing on Tupelo.

    Interstate 69

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