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constancy

[ kon-stuhn-see ]
/ ˈkɒn stən si /
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noun
the quality of being unchanging or unwavering, as in purpose, love, or loyalty; firmness of mind; faithfulness.
uniformity or regularity, as in qualities or conditions; invariableness.
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Origin of constancy

From the Latin word constantia, dating back to 1520–30; see constant, -ancy
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British Dictionary definitions for constancy

constancy
/ (ˈkɒnstənsɪ) /

noun
the quality of having a resolute mind, purpose, or affection; steadfastness
freedom from change or variation; stability
psychol the perceptual phenomenon in which attributes of an object appear to remain the same in a variety of different presentations, e.g., a given object looks roughly the same size regardless of its distance from the observer
ecology the frequency of occurrence of a particular species in sample plots from a plant community
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