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undulant

/un·du·lant/ (un´jŭ-) (un´dyŭ-lant) characterized by wavelike fluctuations.

undulant

[un′dyələnt]
Etymology: L, unda, wave
wavelike, such as a vibration, fluctuation, or oscillation.

undulant

(ŭn′dyŭ-lănt, ′jŭ-) [L. undulare, to rise in waves]
Rising and falling like waves, or moving like them.
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