Antonyms for fluctuated

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Now, as the cost of production in Germany fluctuated between £4 5s.

During that year Henry's opinion on his work had fluctuated.

In this case the King wavered and fluctuated in his mind what to do.

Kembles opinion seems to have fluctuated; Saxons, i. 177 note, ii.

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.

The price of mohair has fluctuated with the caprice of fashion.

The number of commissioners, of course, fluctuated from time to time.

The currency has so fluctuated in value that many of the pieces have been restamped.