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Fluxuate vs. Fluctuate

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Fluxuateverb

misspelling of fluctuate

Fluctuateverb

(intransitive) To vary irregularly; to swing.

Fluctuateverb

(intransitive) To undulate.

Fluctuateverb

(intransitive) To be irresolute; to waver.

‘I fluctuated between wishing he was back home and wishing I'd never met him.’;

Fluctuateverb

(transitive) To cause to vary irregularly.

Fluctuateverb

To move as a wave; to roll hither and thither; to wave; to float backward and forward, as on waves; as, a fluctuating field of air.

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Fluctuateverb

To move now in one direction and now in another; to be wavering or unsteady; to be irresolute or undetermined; to vacillate.

Fluctuateverb

To cause to move as a wave; to put in motion.

‘And fluctuate all the still perfume.’;

Fluctuateverb

cause to fluctuate or move in a wave-like pattern

Fluctuateverb

move or sway in a rising and falling or wavelike pattern;

‘the line on the monitor vacillated’;

Fluctuateverb

be unstable; have ups and downs;

‘The stock market fluctuates’;

Fluctuateverb

rise and fall irregularly in number or amount

‘trade with other countries tends to fluctuate from year to year’;

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