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fluctuō āvī, ātus, āre

fluctus, to move in waves, wave, undulate, fluctuate : quadriremis in salo fluctuans: commune mare fluctuantibus, wavetossed : fluctuat Aëre tellus, swims in light , V.— Fig., to be restless, be unquiet, rage, swell : magno irarum aestu, V.: ira intus, V.To waver, hesitate, vacillate, fluctuate : acies fluctuans, L.: animo nunc huc, nunc illuc, V.: fluctuante rege inter spem metumque, L.: fluctuans sententia.

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