inconstancy[ in-kon-stuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconstancy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCONSTANCY
It was not long before they had to pay a heavy penalty for their treachery and inconstancy.
But it is necessary for me, for my honor, to prevent the scandal of her inconstancy.
Her flightiness or inconstancy was of the most dangerous kind.
He was tired of her, and yet he seems to have been ashamed to confess his inconstancy.
Others are ceramic satires on the drunkard's folly or the inconstancy of women.
In most instances he was “constant to one thing—his inconstancy.”
But why, let me ask, have you sought me here, to upbraid me for my inconstancy?
But are your poets not ashamed to complain of their inconstancy?
My pretty Carlotta became jealous; she taxed me with inconstancy.
There, I said, was a record of my flirtation and inconstancy.
1520s, from Latin inconstantia (see inconstance).