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Definition of Inconstant

Inconstant
Inconstant In*con"stant, a. [L. inconstans: cf. F. inconstant. See In- not, and Constant.] Not constant; not stable or uniform; subject to change of character, appearance, opinion, inclination, or purpose, etc.; not firm; unsteady; fickle; changeable; variable; -- said of persons or things; as, inconstant in love or friendship. ``The inconstant moon.' --Shak. While we, inquiring phantoms of a day, Inconstant as the shadows we survey! --Boyse. Syn: Mutable; fickle; volatile; unsteady; unstable; changeable; variable; wavering; fluctuating.

Meaning of Inconstant from wikipedia

- Inconstant is the name of several merchant and naval ships including: The brig Inconstant, built in 1811, in which Napoleon escaped from Elba in 1815...
- Look up inconstancy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Inconstancy may refer to: Inconsistency Impermanence Consistency (disambiguation) Constancy Inconstant...
- 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...
- Inconstant Moon is a science fiction short story collection by American author Larry Niven that was published in 1973. "Inconstant Moon" is also a 1971...
- The Inconstant, or the Way to Win Him is a 1702 play by the Irish writer George Farquhar. It was a reworking of the Jacobean comedy The Wild Goose Chase...
- 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...
- Inconstant was a Sylphe-class brig, one of 32, launched in 1811 for the French Navy. In 1815, Napoleon used her to escape from exile on Elba. In the 1820s...
- HMS Inconstant was a 36-gun ****verance-class fifth-rate frigate of the Royal Navy. She had a successful career serving in the French Revolutionary and...
- HMS Inconstant was an I-class destroyer built for the Turkish Navy, but was purchased by the Royal Navy in 1939. The I-class ships were improved versions...
- is, as the title of the poem indicates, writing to her unfaithful, or inconstant lover. Whitney begins by telling her lover that she has learned he is...