fluctuating; varying; unstable.
undulating; moving or seeming to move in waves.
- un·fluc·tu·ant, adjective
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How to use fluctuant in a sentence
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
Put forth thy wings, thy coronals of Love, wrap thee with fluctuant Winds and exulting Seas!The Masque of the Elements | Herman Scheffauer
Somewhere fluctuant in my memory runs broken music—you have heard it?Mother Earth, Vol. 1 No. 3, May 1906 | Various
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
Brown is fluctuant; he once lay at a woman's house in Pemlicoe, Dublin.
British Dictionary definitions for fluctuant
inclined to vary or fluctuate; unstable
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