The tent's digital glow and fluctuating lighting evoked a very, very fancy wedding.
Federal Reserve rules require that assets be constantly revalued to their fluctuating market value.
Gender fluid people may have dynamic or fluctuating understandings of their gender, moving between categories as feels right.
We live—increasingly—in an intimate and fluctuating everywhere.
The idea is that a nation is a sort of intimate and fluctuating everywhere.
The Sunday-school was yet an experiment in a fluctuating, uncertain state of trial.
Man's own fluctuating opinion is the measure and standard of all things.
The market quotations at this evening's auction were fluctuating.
Once more he sat listening to that whining, fluctuating wave.
The opinion of the country was evidently unsettled and fluctuating.
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.