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Sentence count:81+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-22Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: consistencyconsistentconsistentlyinsistenceconsistconsist inconsist ofinsistentlyMeaning: [‚ɪnkən'sɪstənsɪ]  n. 1. the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time 2. the quality of being inconsistent and lacking a harmonious uniformity among things or parts. 
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1 His worst fault was his inconsistency.
2 The amendment will remove the inconsistency between the two laws.
3 Defence counsel looks for inconsistency between witness statements.
4 This is an argument shot through with inconsistency.
5 Logan showed his inconsistency in missing half his kicks.
6 There is some inconsistency between the witnesses' evidence and their earlier statements.
7 The program has found an inconsistency in the database files.
8 The lowest joint score: on inconsistency of replies.
9 Visual lust and inconsistency make fine bedfellows,( I can tell you.
10 For my part I can detect no inconsistency between our domestic law and the Convention.
11 The danger of inconsistency is most pronounced where the draftsman takes parts of his draft from different precedents.
12 The team's inconsistency on defense has lost them three games.
13 If there is an inconsistency between lease and counterpart primafacie the lease prevails.
14 Too bad the yarn is interwoven with illogic, inconsistency and outright balderdash.
15 Even commentators sympathetic to the government saw the inconsistency of this plan.
16 Normally, the inconsistency wouldn't matter, but it might now that she's assistant editor.
17 Hence, they failed to recognize the inconsistency between their espoused motivations for management and how they derived satisfaction from work.
18 After years of inconsistency, he has suddenly become dependable, recording 14 double-doubles in the 21 games before Thursday night.
19 The lack of a clear set of competition rules resulted in inconsistency in the awarding of prizes.
20 Ironically, even as the government was fulminating against American policy, American jeans and videocassettes were the hottest items in the stalls of the market, where the incongruity can be seen as an example of human inconsistency.
21 Since the whole point of belief is to be true, logical inconsistency in belief defeats the aim of belief.
22 It is a cruel blow and one that again underlines the inconsistency of the red card law.
23 Bisset protested that it was wrong to accuse Burke of inconsistency, because of the change of his arguments.
24 Whatever the complexities of Hobbes's personal motivations, there was no theoretical inconsistency in all of this.
25 The Super Cosmos system is capable of scanning an X-ray plate in minutes and will eliminate inconsistency in diagnosis.
26 Variable patterns of formaldehyde exposure may well account for this inconsistency in relation to other workers in formaldehyde-based industries.
27 Transaction integrity must be a given for businesses that can not afford any loss or inconsistency in data.
28 In summary, our examination of interests theories demonstrates their fundamental inconsistency with liberal ideals.
29 For some Ajdabiyans the cases of Carnation Milk provided an amusing commentary on official inconsistency without having any practical consequences.
30 I have halted all pending foreclosure sales until they can be further reviewed for discrimination or inconsistency in program delivery.
More similar words: consistencyconsistentconsistentlyinsistenceconsistconsist inconsist ofinsistentlysubsistencepersistencepersistentin consequenceexistencein consequence ofinsistpotencytendencysistercompetencystenchconsignunassistedlistenostensibleostensiblyconsignorconsiderdistendglistencontingency
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