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adverb as in unpredictably

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It might seem inconsistent to have focused on the dangers of large gatherings all year and begin warning about small gatherings just as they feel the most valuable.

There will be insanely inconsistent deals for similar players.

Which is what makes Haskins so important, now that he is Smith’s backup following the season-ending injury to Kyle Allen, just weeks after he was benched as the starter and dropped to third string for inconsistent play and practice habits.

Hospital capacity was previously included among Vox’s metrics, but it’s been removed due to inconsistent data reporting.

From Vox

While women of color initially voted in the thousands in 1920, access to voting proved to be inconsistent and hard fought.

That ban remains on the books, though it is inconsistently enforced.

The word withdraw or withdraw was inconsistently hyphenated; it was left as printed, and line-end hyphens were retained.

He is under stress and like all persons under tension he reacts extremely and hence inconsistently in different directions.

I did not believe in a God; why should I inconsistently feel regret that she shared my unbelief?

I certainly would not intrude, and I will not ask you to act inconsistently with your principles.

The French word enfin is inconsistently translated as in fine or as finally.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inconsistently, such as: differently, eccentrically, and illogically.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.