Student newspapers tend to fluctuate between male and female editorships.
With voluntary and especially with selective acts, the whole process is much slower, and the feelings often fluctuate up and down.
The face of the ground seems to fluctuate and toss like billows of the sea.
You are likely to change and fluctuate in your moods from day to day, and to lack energy and persistence.
And even if each marries its own kind, the number of children will fluctuate.
Hence the law that "the value of producers' goods tends to fluctuate more violently than the value of consumers' goods."
They are such as are not likely to fluctuate greatly in amount.
Since that he had never allowed himself to fluctuate in his purpose.
All of these are variations that fluctuate with even slight changes in the climate.
So that if God do not change (which is impossible), then my hope shall not fluctuate.
fluctuate fluc·tu·ate (flŭk'chōō-āt')
v. fluc·tu·at·ed, fluc·tu·at·ing, fluc·tu·ates
To vary irregularly.
To rise and fall in waves; undulate.