Examples of inconstancy in a Sentence
a wife who was long inured to the chronic inconstancy of her husband
the inconstancy of public opinion is such that today's hero may be tomorrow's punching bag
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The president’s wintertime inconstancy was a matter of little concern to attendees in Dallas, who enthusiastically cheered Mr. Trump’s perorations on subjects ranging from North Korean peace talks to his vote tally in the Electoral College.
But trying to land a meaningful critique of a man who thrives on conflict and inconstancy is like throwing a pebble at a gelatinous cube.
The only constant in Of Montreal’s two-decade career is inconstancy: The band’s ringleader, Kevin Barnes, tries out new musical theories at a radical clip, regularly discarding entire worldviews from album to album.
And yet, the president’s inconstancy also makes that question look fundamentally misguided.
Her constant inconstancy is almost comforting, in its way.
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