constancy[ kon-stuhn-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF constancy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSTANCY
And this constancy forms the very essence of necessity, nor have we any other idea of it.
The necessity of dying created all the constancy of philosophers.
Clearly their constancy to this metre was not the result of any technical deficiency.
The constancy of his companions braced Madden like a dash of ice water.
All depends on the completeness and constancy with which the make-believe is supported.
Maybe you have another reason for constancy; possibly the young lady has a fortune?
In the strength of his constancy, the Pyramids seem to him recent and transitory.
Think you her faithfulness to him is the constancy of a woman to her lover?
It is but the constancy to a word, to the wishes of her father.
You have shown the tender grandeur of their love, the endurance of their constancy.