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Definition of "fluctuant" []

  • That fluctuates, or causes fluctuation (adjective)

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Use "fluctuant" in a sentence
  • "While traditional light sources are unreliable and sometimes even unsafe incandescent bulbs can sometimes explode due to fluctuant voltage, LED lights are durable, reliable, safe and efficient."
  • "The atrocities of the Second World War coupled with developments in genetics, robotics, and space exploration (just to mention a few) are reflected in nihilism and existentialism philosophies, presenting the image of a man as a fluctuant entity, surrounded by relative values, incapable of seeking ultimate truths and haunted by the disintegration of ideologies that once he has held sacred."
  • "The first describeth the times of the militant Church, whether it be fluctuant, as the ark of Noah, or movable, as the ark in the wilderness, or at rest, as the ark in the Temple: that is, the state of the Church in persecution, in remove, and in peace."
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