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inconstancy

noun in·con·stan·cy \(ˌ)in-ˈkän(t)-stən(t)-sē\

Definition of INCONSTANCY

:  the quality or state of being inconstant

Examples of INCONSTANCY

  1. <a wife who was long inured to the chronic inconstancy of her husband>
  2. <the inconstancy of public opinion is such that today's hero may be tomorrow's punching bag>

First Known Use of INCONSTANCY

1526

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