consistency

[ kuh n-sis-tuh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF consistency

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSISTENCY

There was in him a sincerity and consistency which could not be hid.

There's no doubt about the thoroughness and consistency of Scott's characters.

There is, therefore, usually a parallelism and consistency in their great 5.

This was about the consistency of oil, and had the lustre he desired.

True knowledge is a whole, and is at rest; consistency and universality are the tests of truth.

I hope in these days we have heard the last of conformity and consistency.

First of all, Parmenides tries him by the test of consistency.

Parmenides rebukes this want of consistency in Socrates, which he attributes to his youth.

Consistency with themselves is the only test which is to be applied to them.

Her reputation, both for consistency and for moral enthusiasm, would be lost for ever.

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