inconstancy


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Unaware of his true nature, and limited by the absolute expectations of others, he nevertheless strives throughout to be genuine in his conduct, only to be represented as a monster of inconstancy.
In general, weak minds suffer from inconstancy and irresoluteness; in most instances, "many do not know what they believe.
One hundred and fourteen pages and 356 footnotes are devoted to cataloging the inconstancy and perfidy of scores of Republicans who at least once, somewhere, sometime, committed an anti-Jeffersonian transgression.
There, the ballad is one of three items preceded by an almost facetious-sounding comment from the editor: 'I have inserted the Three following Songs for the Sake of those amongst my Readers, who profess themselves Lovers, that they may learn to be Faithful, and to dread the Curses that attend inconstancy and broken Vows.
covert operations, the humiliating raid that killed Bin Laden, and perceived American arrogance and inconstancy.
Most minerals are too structured and rigid to experience the inconstancy and flamboyancy of Carley.
Orion, also called "The Hunter," visible the world over except for this hiatus, is a particularly special constellation in part because of its inconstancy.
In a special report done by Moo'ini and his colleagues [20], he suggested that some of main elements of construction schemes unsuccessfulness are the prolongation of scheme execution, which caused delirious costs and insufficient effectiveness and also environmental elements and inconstancy in policymaking and international difficulties and impossibility of providing necessary credit.
Avoiding inconstancy of the blackboard is only possible using read- and write- locks.
Austen critiques a market that prizes wealth over other qualities, however, as these landed men are flawed by stupidity, a gambling habit, and inconstancy, respectively.
Better than most they know the inconstancy of nature, and so respect its power to negate months, even years, of toil in a single moment.
We could also try to reconcile the competing views of wandering (both positive and negative) by suggesting that although the Pedlar lacks a true home, a enduring truth resides in the story he tells, and his continuous circuit across the space of the poem belies the inconstancy of his occupation.