Synonym: perceptual constancy, stability. Similar words: constant, consultancy, constantly, instance, for instance, constituency, constable, conservancy. Meaning: ['kɒnstənsɪ] n. 1. the quality of being enduring and free from change or variation 2. (psychology) the tendency for perceived objects to give rise to very similar perceptual experiences in spite of wide variations in the conditions of observation 3. faithfulness and dependability in personal attachments (especially sexual fidelity).
Random good picture Not show
2 The secret of success is constancy to purpose.
3 We live in a world without constancy.
4 Never doubt the constancy of my love for you.
5 Second, stability does not imply fixity or constancy.
6 Numerous mental capacities show similar constancy.
7 The secret to success is constancy of purpose. Benjamin Disraeli
8 There is also a remarkable constancy of lamellar thickness,[www.Sentencedict.com] but this increases as the temperature increases.
9 Constancy is what it takes to get kids to help out and develop a sense of responsibility.
10 The argument for solar constancy is essentially the one I have already outlined.
11 As for size constancy it is linked with the coordination of perceptually controlled movements.
12 A parenting network can create a constancy of love one person can not generate.
13 Nor has this heroic constancy been exceptional, limited to a few chosen souls.
14 Rosemary is emblematic of constancy.
15 He admired her courage and constancy.
16 Sable or black - Constancy, sometimes grief.
17 Neither constancy nor relentless change will support a creation.
18 The hotel stands on the shore of lake constancy.
19 Deeply he respected her for her constancy.
20 The pine is a badge of constancy.
21 Constancy in love is a good thing.
22 This depends on their constancy throughout many allied groups.
23 Climate reflects a basic struggle between constancy and change.
24 The Secret of Success is the Constancy of Purpose.
25 Believing in the other person - extending trust - helps to create and sustain constancy and trustworthiness.
26 But he had chosen to serve his womenfolk with constancy.
27 Very few people have a career of great longevity, constancy and consistency in films.
28 It will be a long, slow and tedious process requiring patience and constancy of purpose.
29 As a woman who had chosen not to marry, Leapor looked for constancy primarily in relation to friendship.
30 Very few people have a career of great longevity, constancy and consistency in films. I mean a real career.
More similar words: constant, consultancy, constantly, instance, for instance, constituency, constable, conservancy, happenstance, instantaneous, united states constitution, instant, accountancy, stagnancy, instantly, stance, construe, distance, substance, life expectancy, nation-state, consistency, construct, constrict, constrain, stanchion, inconsistency, constitute, constraint, resistance.