noun, plural con·sist·en·cies.
Examples from the Web for consistencies
Why, you may have mud of all consistencies, and of any depth.The Cruise of the Midge (Vol. II of 2)|Michael Scott
How can you expect from them the proprieties and consistencies of a Christian life?Thoughts on Missions|Sheldon Dibble
The fluids secreted from the mucous membranes of animals are of various kinds and consistencies.Zoonomia, Vol. II|Erasmus Darwin
Somebody else may cipher out the whys and the wherefores and the consistencies of it—I haven't got time.A Tramp Abroad, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
This varnish is used in three or four consistencies between which any degree of strength may be arranged by mixing.Practical Lithography|Alfred Seymour
British Dictionary definitions for consistencies
noun plural -encies or -ences
Word Origin and History for consistencies
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.