- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vacillate.
“The Apple store is too variable even stuff in the same series on the same label vacillates between 128 kbps and 256 kbps and once you've got it, that's it, as far as Apple is concerned.”
“Aguirre, Weber's latest piece of minimal techno (or "sonic house," he calls it) under the Pantha du Prince moniker vacillates between extremes of the sublime and the stilted, the gorgeous and the slightly boring, confident auteurism plus brushes with self-parody.”
“Though he despises Owen, Stockard vacillates between his desire to let the priest be killed and his inclination to help defend him against Baptise.”
“The mind always vacillates between the past and the future.”
“Amanda Blank, who just released her debut, I Love You, also vacillates between singing and rapping, but she does neither particularly well.”
“Her work vacillates between photography, video, and performance.”
“Melnick's performance persona vacillates as subtly as light moving through a prism; in one moment, the slender redhead projects a tough, flinty, hard edge.”
“Songs like "For Ash" and "Cinco de Mayo" expertly convey the conflicted feelings stemming from the suicide of a former lover, while "Female Guitarists are the New Black" vacillates between notions of empowerment and weariness at still being objectified: "They're like little foxes on the run/I don't think they're having much fun.”
“In terms of writing a character that vacillates between the male and the female so organically, how was that for you as a writer?”
“Hart vacillates between extraordinary pride in my popularity and a fierce possessiveness that results in petulance—very trying.”
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