Origin of fluctuant
Related formsun·fluc·tu·ant, adjective
Examples from the Web for fluctuant
Put forth thy wings, thy coronals of Love, wrap thee with fluctuant Winds and exulting Seas!The Masque of the Elements|Herman Scheffauer
She seemed to be clothed in fluctuant light, and yet it could not dim one radiance of her beauty."Persons Unknown"|Virginia Tracy
Brown is fluctuant; he once lay at a woman's house in Pemlicoe, Dublin.
With fluctuant blackness against immutable blackness great sweeping pine trees swished weirdly into the horizon.Peace on Earth, Good-will to Dogs|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
And the fluctuant oceans plume on plume Bears down to a rock-ribbed hidden doom, And the sky is ashen gray.Trench Ballads and Other Verses|Erwin Clarkson Garrett