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Definition of "fickleness" []

  • The quality of being fickle. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fickleness" in a sentence
  • "But even a casual student of Arab history can quote too many examples of Bedouin fickleness for one to credit the legends with their face value."
  • "One cause of the change was, no doubt, what is commonly called the fickleness of the multitude, but what seems to us to be merely the general law of human nature."
  • "He had not prosecuted Kerzner and Bloomberg, because it would have been "no less than foolish" of him to go to court with a witness who put a gloss on his own participation in events, especially when his fickleness was a matter of public record."