That ban remains on the books, though it is inconsistently enforced.
The old Adam in his case, as in so many others, had inconveniently and inconsistently survived.
In very deed,” returned Barbara inconsistently, “I could have known you any whither.
"You're not to do any talking until you've had something to eat," snapped Clemantiny inconsistently.
But after this speech, most inconsistently, she hid her face.
They gave way in all directions, quite eccentrically and inconsistently.
I am astonished that our members could act so inconsistently.
So strangely and inconsistently did they try to bring about their own ends without infringing on the constitution.
Why, then, should Kant in 1787 have so inconsistently departed from his own teaching?
Many words in this text were inconsistently hyphenated or spelled, so I have normalized them.