There are approximately—it fluctuates just a little bit—but there are approximately 300 men in the organization.
From the former there has been an export trade for many years which fluctuates remarkably according to the demand.
Between these limits it fluctuates in a somewhat irregular way, in which the property of periodicity is not conspicuous.
And the demand, therefore, fluctuates according as the particular stone is fashionable or unfashionable.
When it becomes panicky and fluctuates and resolves itself into small unheroic deals, woman gets the job.
What is that over the sea's rim, where the tremulous, shifting, blue line of billows shimmers and fluctuates?
My experiments with the tactual illusion have led me to the conclusion that it fluctuates even more than the optical illusion.
This population, however, fluctuates very much according to the season.
He will be either with Miss Lester or her ladyship; he fluctuates between these two points of happiness as a rule.
Its price, wages, fluctuates just as the price of all other commodities does, and bears the same relation to its value.
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.