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Health and wisdom equally precious, and equally little as unfluctuating possessions to be relied on.

So they turned their gold, whose value was so precarious, into that unfluctuating material, paper.

He simply assumes that gold is an unfluctuating, eternal standard, and that silver is a fluctuating, impossible standard.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from Latin fluctuatus, past participle of fluctuare "to undulate" (see fluctuation). Related: Fluctuated; fluctuates; fluctuating.

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