inconsistently

[ in-kuhn-sis-tuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconsistently

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCONSISTENTLY

In very deed,” returned Barbara inconsistently, “I could have known you any whither.

The words "mud-guard" and "taxi-cab" are inconsistently hyphenated in the original.

But after this speech, most inconsistently, she hid her face.

Some words were spelt, hyphenated, or had apostrophes placed, inconsistently within the text.

I am astonished that our members could act so inconsistently.

They gave way in all directions, quite eccentrically and inconsistently.

Why, then, should Kant in 1787 have so inconsistently departed from his own teaching?

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

The printer has inconsistently italicized phrases and names.

Inconsistently enough, he missed the antagonism of the European critics.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, "not agreeing in substance or form," from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + consistent. Related: Inconsistently.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INCONSISTENTLY

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