consistently consistently  /kən ˈsɪ stənt li/


  • (adv) in a systematic or consistent manner


  1. Letter: Capturing the Spirit of a Life

    On Monday mornings, I consistently pick up the Valley News and flip it over to read the “A Life” feature. And just as consistently, I find a thoughtful and inspiring reflection on the life of someone from our community.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Valley News

  2. Cycles For Change: Volunteer & Earn A Bike In St. Paul

    The Twin Cities metro area is consistently ranked among the most bike-friendly communities in the country, but people in some neighborhoods still struggle to find affordable rides.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: CBS Minnesota

  3. Still Funny After All Of These Years: Revisiting A Lifetime Of Richard Pryor

    There is no single "funniest comedian" of our lifetime. Several names, however,  will consistently make the top 10 list.  Are you a fan of the raw insights of a Lenny Bruce, or are you drawn to an everyman like Bob Newhart?  Do you enjoy the rapid-fire stylings of Robin Williams or prefer the verbal onslaught of Eddie Murphy? From the films of Woody Allen to Mel Brooks, from rock star talents ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Forbes


  1. "The International Olympic Committee has consistently resisted calls for a boycott of the Olympic games," Rogge said.
    on Mar 15, 2008 By: Jacques Rogge Source: TV3 News

  2. "For winning under pressure and doing it consistently when we needed it, this has been a great stretch," coach Tony Dungy said. "I'd be very surprised if he doesn't win (the MVP award) based on how we've played, what we had to do to get back...
    on Dec 30, 2008 By: Tony Dungy Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. Usually highly self-critical, Serena said, "I never serve this well. I always serve well at Wimbledon, but this is the first time I've ever served this well so consistently."
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Serena Williams Source: Globe and Mail

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amiable amiable
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