- incontestability clause,
Origin of inconstant
Examples from the Web for inconstant
Bob Smith: unbalanced, inconstant, and even more of a carpetbagger than the other guy.
But as in this life no state is permanent, so fortune was inconstant to me also.Patraas|R. H. Busk
She had never, as I have said already, been inconstant to him by one thought.Aurora Floyd, Vol. II (of 3)|M. E. (Mary Elizabeth) Braddon
Without such barriers every individual is at the mercy of an inconstant majority.Concerning Justice|Lucilius A. Emery
So inconstant, so wavering is she represented, that her most faithful votaries can place no reliance on her promises.Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million|Sarah Josepha Hale
In Spain and Italy they avenge themselves, and do not pardon men who are inconstant until they too are false.
c.1400, "fickle, not steadfast," from Middle French inconstant (late 14c.), from Latin inconstantem (nominative inconstans) "changeable, fickle, capricious," from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + constantem (see constant). Related: Inconstantly.