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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE CONSTANT

He was more constant than a slave, and more tender than a woman.

The soil is heavier, requiring longer and more constant cultivation.

It is a quicker and more constant pick-me-up than champagne.

Earnestly did she exhort him to repent with Peter, and to be more constant in his profession.

He missed Mo Shendish, his more constant companion, even more.

And can you expect a man to like a book which admits that women are the more constant?

I have many friends, and many enemies; and the last are more constant in their nature.

"He is more constant in his friendships than some gentlemen I know," replied Magdalen.

Of these, it is safe to say that the former is the more constant.

In caring for his friends no one is more faithful or more constant.