from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The quality of being fluctuable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare The capacity or ability to fluctuate.
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- noun The capacity or ability to
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If individuals would show the same range as that of partial fluctuability, then the choice of the extremes would at once bring the average up to the richness of the best stocks.
The personal characters that have been stamped on this one seed, partly by its descent, and partly in the development of its germ during the period of ripening, have become the indelible characters  of the variety, and only the partial fluctuability, due to the effect of later influences, can now be studied statistically.
Its individual fluctuability has been limited to the earliest period of its life, when it arose from an unknown seed.
In order to reach this, one has to recur to the individual fluctuability, and therefore to seed.
Such fluctuability is fit only for a stock-jobber.