Then there is the private and exquisite reward of escaping from the laws of consistency.
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Review: "They've sort of styrofoamy in consistency, but they're crisp and have a nice wasabi flavor."
But when cooked, parsnips have a flavor and consistency that reminds me of the sweetest roast chestnuts.
Governor Romney should strive for consistency from his first debate, a powerfully persuasive tactic.
But we must regard it in its merit and consistency as a whole.
The sap is at first of the consistency of cream, but it soon thickens.
As Petrarch grew old, we do not find him improve in consistency.
The necessity for consistency in a philosophy of life troubles her very little.
As to the block-form, let it be simple, and have the appearance of appropriateness and consistency.
1590s, "firmness of matter," from Medieval Latin consistentia or directly from Latin consistentem, from consistere (see consist). Meaning "state of being in agreement or harmony" (with something) is from 1650s; meaning "self-consistent" is from 1716.