fluctuation

[ fluhk-choo-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluctuation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUCTUATION

Two countries, at least, are concerned in the fluctuation of every rate.

These are the main influences bearing on the fluctuation of exchange.

The solidity was all in the superstructure; the fluctuation had been all in the foundations.

The price of cauliflowers is less subject to fluctuation than that of most other vegetables.

Prices fluctuate, and their fluctuation is apt to be deceptive.

There is thus practically no fluctuation in the pressure of the current generated.

This fluctuation is connected with that of the hygrometric condition of the air.

Malmesbury has a curious sketch of this fluctuation of fashion.

The least weasel in Minnesota and its fluctuation in numbers.

The fluctuation of light has, therefore, little to do with the movement of the tree.

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