How to use inconsistency in a sentence
Even while he swears himself a doormat, yet with a magnificent inconsistence he lifts his eyes higher than her boots.Mammon and Co.|E. F. Benson
There is a whimsical inconsistence in the judgment of modern readers in this particular.The Works of William Cowper|William Cowper
One irregularity, if not timely checked, brings on others; and thus Bella to indolence soon added inconsistence.The Blossoms of Morality|Richard Johnson
All which I mention purely to salve that inconsistence, 45 of the levity of dancing with the gravity of divine worship.
An inconsistence of which the antients had no idea; since, on that occasion, they almost constantly joined dancing to singing.
British Dictionary definitions for inconsistency
- the property of being inconsistent
- a self-contradictory proposition