inconsistent


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Synonyms for inconsistent

lacking consistency or regularity in quality or performance

made up of parts or qualities that are disparate or otherwise markedly lacking in consistency

Synonyms for inconsistent

displaying a lack of consistency

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not capable of being made consistent or harmonious

not in agreement

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References in classic literature ?
I don't wish to act otherwise than as your best friend, Vincy, when I say that what you have been uttering just now is one mass of worldliness and inconsistent folly.
According to the testimony of many reputable residents of the vicinity these were inconsistent with any other hypothesis than that the house was haunted.
In that stage of usefulness which is not inconsistent with
This was foolish and inconsistent with my previous dread of the light, but what would you have?
The forms which they assume are numerous, and if taken literally, inconsistent with one another.
This is one of those passages in Plato which, partaking both of a philosophical and poetical character, is necessarily indistinct and inconsistent.
So various, and if regarded on the surface only, inconsistent, are the statements of Plato respecting the doctrine of ideas.
We cannot say what blundering systems were broached, what inconsistent theories advanced by these bold spirits.
Part of this fault is ascribable to the use of magic, to which there is repeated but inconsistent resort, especially, as in the medieval romances, for the protection of the good characters.
Footnote: Note that this is not inconsistent with what is said above, p.
From the name of my patron, indeed, I hope my reader will be convinced, at his very entrance on this work, that he will find in the whole course of it nothing prejudicial to the cause of religion and virtue, nothing inconsistent with the strictest rules of decency, nor which can offend even the chastest eye in the perusal.
This book has grown out of an attempt to harmonize two different tendencies, one in psychology, the other in physics, with both of which I find myself in sympathy, although at first sight they might seem inconsistent.
Now, on the contrary, she was perforce decked out in a way so inconsistent with her age and her figure, that her one anxiety was to contrive that the contrast between these adornments and her own exterior should not be too appalling.
And those benevolent noblemen very kindly point out that if Nicodemus Boffin, Esquire, should wish to present two or more purses, it will not be inconsistent with the design of the estimable lady in the West of England, provided each purse be coupled with the name of some member of his honoured and respected family.
The corners of Tom's mouth showed an inclination to a smile of complacency that was immediately checked as inconsistent with the severity of a great warrior.