fluctuating[ fluhk-choo-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluctuating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUCTUATING
Once more he sat listening to that whining, fluctuating wave.
Were that so, not only all morality, but all science and all knowledge were fluctuating as sand.
With what fluctuating emotions I looked forward to meeting him again!
I do not like that fluctuating color, or that quick, irregular breathing.
Man's own fluctuating opinion is the measure and standard of all things.
With the fluctuating fashion of the centuries we are not concerned.
The field of natural beauty is too uncertain and too fluctuating for this purpose.
The tenure of a literary reputation is the most uncertain and fluctuating of all.
Ideas are fluctuating, transitory, and 'come into the mind unbidden.'
Human friendships and human associations are all fluctuating.