Examples of constancy in a Sentence
the constancy of the Earth's rotation
the mistaken notion that there is constancy in language—words do indeed change their meanings over time
Recent Examples of constancy from the Web
Unlikely on Earth Though most humans take for granted the relative constancy of an Earth-like climate, our planet has undergone dramatic changes in its 4.5-billion-year history.
At the same time, in this new dynamic, fear and uncertainty were replaced with stability and constancy.
The flip side of the sun's constancy as described in the Davies poem is a bitter apprehension that those on one side of a political divide will never understand the opposite viewpoint.
And yet, despite the firestorms, White has shown remarkable constancy.
That has been the club’s defining characteristic under Wenger: its constancy, its immunity to change.
Donald Trump’s first foreign trip as president has made clear that the only constant in his foreign policy is its lack of constancy.
Kitaoka's picture uses something called color constancy.
Mattis, wrapping up a visit to Japan and South Korean last week, carried a message of constancy and restraint on many of the foreign policy issues whose fate has generated anxiety since Trump’s election.
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First Known Use of constancy
CONSTANCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of constancy for English Language Learners
: the quality of staying the same : lack of change
: the quality of being loyal to a person or belief
CONSTANCY Defined for Kids
Definition of constancy for Students
: firmness and loyalty in beliefs or personal relationships
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