Bob Smith: unbalanced, inconstant, and even more of a carpetbagger than the other guy.
The inconstant clergy, senate, and people of the city joined him, the usurper was seized in his palace and beheaded.
Does he seem so light and inconstant that he needs some discipline?
Without such barriers every individual is at the mercy of an inconstant majority.
Violet would no more allow me to be supplanted than Percy could be inconstant.'
Human nature is too inconstant to admit of any such regularity.
But his mind was of a peculiar cast, and his temper most inconstant.
With large, melancholy, inconstant eyes the Italian looked at her.
You represented a divinity, beautiful, disdainful, inconstant.
Courtiers are made of chameleons, because they are inconstant and know how to temporize.
inconstant in·con·stant (ĭn-kŏn'stənt)
Changing or varying, especially often and without discernible pattern or reason.
Relating to a structure that normally may or may not be present.