effluence

[ UK /ˈɛfluːəns/ ]
[ US /ˈɛfɫuəns/ ]
NOUN
  1. the process of flowing out
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How To Use effluence In A Sentence

  • Turns out the friend's job is to sweep up the elephant effluence.
  • There is an effluence of divinity in the first sketch; and there, if any where, you find the pure light of inspiration, which the subsequent toil of the artist serves to bring out in stronger lustre, indeed, but likewise adulterates it with what belongs to an inferior mood. Choice Specimens of American Literature, and Literary Reader Being Selections from the Chief American Writers
  • Sir Joseph Bazalgette's solution helped solve the problem with his 82-mile system of tunnels and pumping stations to cope with the effluence.
  • The calculations of the release of airborne radioactive effluence to environment are bases of environmental impact assessment.
  • Big cities and towns such as Sofia and Stara Zagora are the main culprits - they don't have adequate water treatment facilities and often outflow their effluence into small rivers with very little dilution.
  • First of all, it should be made clear that in this type of case, the effluence is not really the problem.
  • Must take a sip of coffee, the sapful spunk, then move on: my road is not thorny, that's for Jesus People, my road is smooth, the surface specious and nogood fumes effluence from it. Gyoza Express
  • While we treat 80,000 cubic meters of effluence, the company has capacity to treat only half of the effluence.
  • The common use of the term influence would seem to imply the existence of its correlative, effluence. Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works
  • In a few cases these have been caused by specific industrial pollution, but most are the result of organic pollution caused by domestic effluence.
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