Genesis says the Garden is located at the confluence of four rivers.
What we have leading us to a depression is a confluence of several long-term events.
Most crashes (probably including Flight 447) are caused by an unlucky sequence and confluence of events.
The Bloomberg fantasy candidacy is the product of the confluence of a few, not-entirely independent factors.
A confluence of events so seemingly magical made for a mostly charmed film shoot.
The Sokulks dwell north of the confluence of the Snake and Columbia.
He also bewailed the fact that he had been born at what he called the confluence of Hugo and Balzac.
Its confluence with the Red is between the ninety-sixth and ninety-seventh meridians.
The confluence of the Oostanaula and Etowa at this point forms the Coosa.
Whoever looks upon the map with a utilitarian eye sees at the confluence of these great rivers a favorable point for a great city.
a growing together; concrescence
Latin confluentia 'act of flowing together'
confluence con·flu·ence (kŏn'flōō-əns)
A flowing or meeting together; a joining.