Abortion sentiment has fluctuated over time, but not by very much, and it has gone both up and down in the decades since Roe.
Lionsgate's stock has fluctuated widely over the last few years, dipping below $5 and reaching as high as $11.
The number kept has fluctuated very much, depending mainly on the market value of wool.
Kembles opinion seems to have fluctuated; Saxons, i. 177 note, ii.
Now, as the cost of production in Germany fluctuated between £4 5s.
During the 18th century, it fluctuated between the fourth magnitude and the second.
Since that time the fortunes of the Philadelphia Ring have fluctuated.
He fluctuated, sighed, kept his Witney, and laid down his oar.
Mansell fluctuated; one week he "bagged" the translation Clarke was using for scholarship work.
The number of commissioners, of course, fluctuated from time to time.
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.