inconstance

n.

late 14c., from Old French inconstance (13c.), from Latin inconstantia, noun of quality from inconstans (see inconstant).


Nearby words

  1. inconsistency,
  2. inconsistent,
  3. inconsolable,
  4. inconsonant,
  5. inconspicuous,
  6. inconstancy,
  7. inconstant,
  8. inconsumable,
  9. incontestability clause,
  10. incontestable

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