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Definition of Inconstancy

Inconstancy
Inconstancy In*con"stan*cy, n. [L. inconstantia.] The quality or state of being inconstant; want of constancy; mutability; fickleness; variableness. For unto knight there was no greater shame, Than lightness and inconstancie in love. --Spenser.

Meaning of Inconstancy from wikipedia

- Inconstancy may refer to: Inconsistency Impermanence Consistency (disambiguation) Constancy Inconstant...
- New Zealand as "Plimmer's Ark" Six ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Inconstant, see HMS Inconstant. Inconstancy (disambiguation)...
- "Inconstant Moon" is an episode of the US television series The Outer Limits. It first aired on 12 April 1996, during the second season. It was written...
- Inconstant Star is a science fiction novel by Poul Anderson. The stories Iron and Inconstant Star were first published in The Man-Kzin Wars and Man-Kzin...
- HMS Inconstant was a 36-gun ****verance cl**** fifth rate frigate of the Royal Navy. She had a successful career serving in the French Revolutionary and...
- Marivaux. Its title is usually translated into English as The Double Inconstancy. La Double Inconstance was first performed 6 April 1723 by the Comédie...
- Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Inconstant, whilst another was planned: HMS Inconstant (1778) was a 36-gun fifth rate, previously the French...
- HMS Inconstant was an I-cl**** destroyer laid down for the Turkish Navy, but was purchased by the Royal Navy in 1939. Inconstant displaced 1,370 long...
- HMS Inconstant was an unarmored, iron-hulled, **** frigate built for the Royal Navy in the late 1860s. Upon completion in 1869, she was the fastest warship...
- Isabella Whitney's 16th-century poem "To her Inconstant Lover" is the first in her first book The Copy of a Letter, Lately Written in Meter by a Young...