be consistent

See: comport
References in classic literature ?
That," replied the Anarchist, who was not without a certain hardness of head, "that is none of your business; I am not bound to be consistent.
In short, when a person is always to deceive, it is impossible to be consistent.
I had to be consistent, to keep my promise that I would smother the house in flowers.
Bhullar, the four- time winner on the Asian Tour, says he is looking to be consistent rather than blooming in patches.
Based on the earlier interpretation of the gallium lung scan, the vocal fold impairment was believed to be consistent with laryngeal sarcoidosis.
Such findings would be consistent with the mass action principle of disease transmission, which assumes that transmission is a function of density (16).