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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE CONSISTENT

If it had been a loaf of bread he thought it would be more consistent.

The myth of the Republic is more subtle and also more consistent than either of the two others.

Just now they seemed to her more consistent than any other women in the great building.

Yet there are some among you who are more consistent in their professions.

It would have been more consistent with the English order of things that it should be so.

It is a great pity that pens are not more consistent about their ink giving.

Only Dean Milman was more consistent than those who condemned him.

With such a persuasion, Deism would be a more consistent creed.

Which had maintained the more consistent course since then—Perdita or Marion?

It has been moved to be more consistent with the other plate descriptions.