- Fluctuating; unstable.More example sentences
- From where he lay on the end of the dock, the river was like fluctuant diamond-paned glass of two colors, olive green and steel blue, leaded together by wavering white stitches of sun.
- What matters is their interpretability, the meanings they attract, their fluctuant interpretive magnetism.
mid 16th century: from Old French, 'undulating', from Latin fluctuare 'undulate'.
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