- constable glass,
- constable, john,
- constance, lake,
- constans i,
- constant de rebecque,
- constant de rebecque, henri benjamin,
- constant dollar
Origin of constancy
Examples from the Web for constancy
It conveys the constancy and consistency of the alliance, a special relationship.
She left her son with one place to go: in search of a constancy, a definition he had never known.
The preoccupation with “middle class” constancy strikes me as obsessive.
The bad feelings are mainly about values, style and constancy more than policy.
George had forgotten her, and she had wept sorely over his want of constancy.The Golden Lion of Granpere|Anthony Trollope
His constancy to his theories, whether of faith or art, was English; his roughness of form was positively early Teutonic.The Poetry Of Robert Browning|Stopford A. Brooke
Nanna, Balder's wife, is the ensample of constancy; her name is maiden.The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art (2nd ed.) (1911)|Charles Mills Gayley
It is literally the "Constancy" of the thing;—you shall win it—move it—come at it—for no less than this.
It says much for our Anglo-Saxon wives that their constancy has passed into many proverbs.Brave Men and Women|O.E. Fuller