fickleness


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Synonyms for fickleness

Synonyms for fickleness

unfaithfulness by virtue of being unreliable or treacherous

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We are beginning to learn about this fickleness in Cyprus as well.
This offers tremendous potential for the luxury market, not only in the sheer numbers, but also in the opportunity for retailers to overcome the fickleness of consumers, and build brand loyalty early.
a rock 'n' roll fable set in a mythical barbarian kingdom, explores the fickleness of love.
The unacceptable threat hanging over the Valleys network electrifi-cation - once seemingly set in stone - is also a stark reminder of the fickleness of government commitment to large-scale, expensive infrastructure investment.
Italy coach Jacques Brunel would sympathise with Saint-Andre about the fickleness and inconsistent habits of the French national side as he was assistant coach to Bernard Laporte from 2001 to 2007 but now he is ready to play on their weaknesses and give Italian rugby a real shot in the arm.
Such is the fickleness of the sports fan, satirised by American magazine The Onion with its headline: "The sports team from my area is superior to the sports team from your area.
Kashmiri leaders have expressed their strong concerns and reservations over this reduction in Kashmiri bulletin, declaring it as visible example of fickleness in government's Kashmir policy, and asked the government, specifically information minister Pervez Rashid to take notice of the issue.
Translated from the original Afrikaans, the book includes reflections on romantic and familial love, Xhosa and Zulu poetry, the troubled social politics of South Africa, and the fickleness of the aging human body.
Over the years, the company has shown a tremendous knack for fickleness, tweaking, revamping and otherwise obliterating its own aims in the name of trial and error.
Researchers at the University of St Andrews observed 'striking' fickleness in male monkeys, when it comes to copying the behavior of others in new groups.
Such fickleness helps explain why marketing remains a cost-effective way to get people to switch airline.
Prohaska's quirkv rake on Zerlinas fickleness dis-played confounding vocal prowess, while Kocan was no churl co be fooled with and his deep-toned bass give him the authority of a Commendatore.
While Israelis tend to argue that recent developments in the Arab world justify the stagnation in the peace process (because the Arab revolutions "prove" constant instability in the neighborhood, Arab fickleness or fearsome radicalization), Arabs and Palestinians make the case that one of the factors contributing to regional foment and revolutions is frustration with the decades-long Israeli occupation and failure of the peace process.
As with these medical icons, physicians advocate, embrace and defend scientific knowledge but realize its timeliness and fickleness dictates that its successful application to each unique patient and community occur in a social context of optimal observation and communication the essence of the art of medicine.
Concert organiser Liz Hobbs refuted the suggestion that Epsom had been a disappointment for Scouting For Girls, saying that public fickleness can have dramatic effects on attendance for certain bands.