inconstant

[ in-kon-stuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconstant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCONSTANT

I hope, Fanny, you are not inconstant; I assure you he deserves much better of you.

Some are warm, but volatile and inconstant; he was warm too, but steady and unchangeable.

They bloom together, they wither together; not one of them is inconstant.

Does he seem so light and inconstant that he needs some discipline?

Violet would no more allow me to be supplanted than Percy could be inconstant.'

But his mind was of a peculiar cast, and his temper most inconstant.

You represented a divinity, beautiful, disdainful, inconstant.

First, I say, the history of miracle is of inconstant power.

I would not believe the Fair Geraldine inconstant, though all hell told me so.

The Persians are fickle and inconstant, lovers of everything new and foreign.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, "fickle, not steadfast," from Middle French inconstant (late 14c.), from Latin inconstantem (nominative inconstans) "changeable, fickle, capricious," from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + constantem (see constant). Related: Inconstantly.

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