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īn-fluō uxī, uxus, ere,

to flow in, run in: ut influat in urbis sinum portus: locus qui in flumen influit, Cs.: mare, quo Rhenus influit, Cs.: huc Sagaris influit, O.—To stream in, throng in, invade: influentes in Italiam Gallorum copiae.—To make way gently, pour in: in universorum animos, steal: oratio in sensūs eorum influat.

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