- (of a person) prone to casual change; inconstant.
Origin of fickle-minded
First recorded in 1590–1600
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Examples from the Web for fickle-minded
The man that says Dr. Whitman is fickle-minded, knows nothing of his character and less of his moral worth.A History of Oregon, 1792-1849
William Henry Gray
The men were afraid to follow their own impulses, depending upon secrecy of these fickle-minded females.Oswald Langdon
Carson Jay Lee
He says he was always a fickle-minded fellow, one fancy driving another out of his mind.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908
Lucy Maud Montgomery
"And she's just fickle-minded enough to turn up her nose at Jack if he got beat," Dade grumbled, thinking of a certain señorita.The Gringos
B. M. Bower
She is not fickle-minded naturally; there is something fermenting in her mind which must be worked out.