Fluctuating

Antonyms of FLUCTUATING

Examples of usage:

  1. But in a milieu as fluctuating as any social circle must necessarily be, shading off on all sides and changing as constantly as light on water, the end can never be considered as achieved or the goal attained. "Worldly Ways and Byways" by Eliot Gregory
  2. Have you noticed the air of suspense, of fluctuating hope and doubt, triumph and despair which has characterized our noble band of financiers during the last few days? "At Love's Cost" by Charles Garvice
  3. There are large areas of governments in which this social set is not interested, and in America, at least, it has exercised only a fluctuating control over the national government. "Public Opinion" by Walter Lippmann
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