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A fearsome thunderstorm or howling tornado of dust might reveal her fickleness of mood at any moment.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Taking this for his text, he expatiated at great length on the fickleness and ingratitude of the Achaeans.
THE HISTORIES OF POLYBIUS, VOL. II (OF 2)POLYBIUS
For idolized though he is by the French people, he realizes their fickleness, and he knows that the Directory is jealous of him.
NAPOLEON'S YOUNG NEIGHBORHELEN LEAH REED
She had gone easily from one affair to another not so much from fickleness as from growth.
QUINALICE HEGAN RICE
England is not the only spot famed for fickleness of atmosphere.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 347, SEPTEMBER, 1844VARIOUS
Fickleness means getting weary of a thing while the thing remains the same.
THE WELL-BELOVEDTHOMAS HARDY
He is contrasting the feebleness and fickleness of the multitude with the strength and stability of John.
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEWJOHN MONRO GIBSON
We may show due consideration without fickleness, and kindness without familiarity.
THE HEARTH-STONESAMUEL OSGOOD
This fickleness of temper much displeased Grotius, who in the latter part of his life spoke of his son with great indifference.
THE LIFE OF THE TRULY EMINENT AND LEARNED HUGO GROTIUSJEAN LVESQUE DE BURIGNY
It is the means of avoiding self-deception, fickleness, disturbance, and lukewarmness.
JOURNAL IN FRANCE IN 1845 AND 1848 WITH LETTERS FROM ITALY IN 1847T. W. (THOMAS WILLIAM) ALLIES
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