Subject to changing and unpredictableemotionalstates; moody, capricious; sometimes used figuratively to describe user-unfriendly or unstable machines or software that are either complicated and/or have poorly written instructions and are subsequently difficult to operate.
implies a liability to change, and in reference to persons applies to one who is emotionally unsettled or variable an unstable person laughs and cries easily
implies an instability or irregularity that seems to be the product of whim, chance, or erratic impulse a capricious climate
suggests an even greater instability or readiness to change, especially in affection spurned by a fickle public
implies an inherent tendency to change or a lack of steadfastness an inconstant lover
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In these the furcal branches are linear or rudimentary, the shell is without rostral sinus, and, besides distinguishing characters of the second 2ntennae, they have always a branchial plate well developed on the first maxillae, which is inconstant in the other tribe.
It was Leos nature, however, to be inconstant.
Parmenides sought to reduce the variety of nature to a single material element; but he strictly discriminated the inconstant 7retOri from the constant oboia, and, understanding by " existence " universal, invariable, immutable being, refused to attribute to the IraO'q anything more than the semblance of existence.
The supply, however, is small and inconstant, and for this reason English fish-curers have not learnt the proper way of preparing them.
Thebaine is not so used, but is an important and sometimes very dangerous constituent of the various opium preparations, which are still largely employed, despite the complexity and inconstant composition of the drug.