Synonyms of oscillation
1 fluctuationDictionary • a slight oscillation in world temperature
fluctuation • Don't worry about tiny fluctuations in your weight.
swing • Dieters can suffer from violent mood swings.
instability • unpopular policies which resulted in political instability
capriciousness • the capriciousness of Fate
2 wavering • his oscillation between scepticism and credulity
swing • a woman walking with a slight swing to her hips
shift • There has been a shift of the elderly to this state.
alteration • Making some simple alterations to your diet will make you feel fitter.
vacillation • The Prime Minister was pilloried for vacillation and weakness.
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alterationAn alteration is a change in or to something.
• Making some simple alterations to your diet will make you feel fitter.
capriciousnessSomething that is capricious often changes unexpectedly. (noun)
• the capriciousness of Fate
fluctuationIf something fluctuates, it changes a lot in an irregular way. (noun)
• Don't worry about tiny fluctuations in your weight.
Thesaurus for oscillation from the Collins English Thesaurus
regular fluctuation in value, position, or state about a mean value, such as the variation in an alternating current or the regular swinging of a pendulum