consistent

[ kuhn-sis-tuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF consistent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSISTENT

The Plautine character is never a consistent human character.

His resolution of leaving Churchhill is consistent with his general eagerness.

In short, when a person is always to deceive, it is impossible to be consistent.

If we must have them let us be consistent and give one to the unmarried man.

His hat was more shiny than was consistent with the hat-manufacturing interest.

They are particular, however, to be consistent in the use of garnishings.

Is the general conception of it consistent with infinite wisdom and mercy?

And Plato might also have found that the intuition of evil may be consistent with the abhorrence of it.

I said; I would only ask you to be consistent; or, if you change, change openly and let there be no deception.

Every one can see already what we ought to say about them, if we are to be consistent with ourselves.

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