Definition of "vacillations" [vacillations]

  • Plural form of vacillation. (noun)

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Use "vacillations" in a sentence
  • "Regardless of the short-term vacillations of house prices, some things are worth remembering:"
  • "The people are real, electric, passionate individuals and their mood swings reflect larger vacillations taking place in the broader arena with the rest of the population."
  • "The computer model vacillations often relate to aspects of this phasing process, which, as we saw during the Dec. 25-26 event, can be critical to determining whether Washington receives any snow at all."