fickleness


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unfaithfulness by virtue of being unreliable or treacherous

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Not female fickleness, but that other little tinker: biological programming.
"There is a fickleness about football, it changes from week to week.
Music to the ears of accountants, avoiding the expensive excesses of recent Mahler, and the fickleness of a still generally unadventurous audience, driven by repertoirerather than artist participation.
I don't think you should be with anyone until you have your fickleness under control.
Up for grabs at afiver,it obliged me to ponder on the shallow fickleness of fame.
The fickleness of their floating supporters is nothing new for the Saddlers, as illustrated by a glance at promotion-winning seasons down the years.
I also believe his success is a smack on the nose for all those who've allowed fickleness to affect their judgement in the modern game.
These are not good enough reasons to get married and, in any case, her fickleness has demonstrated she doesn't love Aidan enough to dedicate the rest of her life to him.
But wise not to rely on the fickleness of the beauty profession, Carolyn from Llanfair PG, Anglesey, gained her qualifications first.
"I tried to think of different themes for the album," he says, "but this voice in my head was going on about the fickleness of the fame.
They include anotherexample of fickleness in leading circles.
THE words football fans and fickleness go together like Sir Alex Ferguson and f*** off.
However, they may regret their fashion fickleness when they see what designers are cooking up this season - yes, all those darling designers are going wild with skin-tight leather and heavy-duty denim.
That's the fickleness of form against which Walsall must guard.
Houllier admitted he found it difficult to understand the apparent fickleness.