fluctuant

fluctuant

[fluhk-choo-uhnt]
adjective
1.
fluctuating; varying; unstable.
2.
undulating; moving or seeming to move in waves.

Origin:
1550–60; < Latin fluctuant- (stem of fluctuāns) (present participle of fluctuāre to undulate). See fluctuate, -ant

unfluctuant, adjective
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fluctuant (ˈflʌktjʊənt)
 
adj
inclined to vary or fluctuate; unstable

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fluctuant
1550s, from L. fluctuantem, prp. of fluctuare (see fluctuation).
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