Americans oscillate in their opinions of women involved in affairs, seeing them either as villains or victims.
The gaslight fell yellow on it and the little statue seemed to swim, to oscillate and illumine.
I expected to see it grip the wretched Bob, when it began to oscillate from side to side.
The divining rod showed no signs of movement till it approached the blood-stained weapon, when it began to oscillate.
Anyhow, I know I must oscillate between north and south, so oscillate I do.
That is to say, the body must oscillate from side to side, or waddle.
It does not oscillate (or pump), though extremely sensitive.
She, on the contrary, tends to oscillate between the opposite extremes of her two-sided nature.
The feelings do not so much advance like a river, as oscillate like a pendulum.
The Rev. George Henslow speaks of their extreme restlessness; they oscillate, rotate, and change.
oscillate os·cil·late (ŏs'ə-lāt')
v. os·cil·lat·ed, os·cil·lat·ing, os·cil·lates
To swing back and forth with a steady, uninterrupted rhythm.
To vary between alternate extremes, usually within a definable period of time.