inconsistently inconsistently


  • (adv) without showing consistency


  1. The North Korean government in the past has executed captured refugees, but it does so inconsistently.
  2. Most come from homes in which discipline is administered inconsistently or through physical means.
  3. Loeb inconsistently practiced what he published.


  • Can Miami Heat Big 3 Prove Unbeatable Again In Game 5 of 2013 NBA Finals?

    Inconsistently dominant is not a phrase often associated with the Miami Heat . To be honest, it's not a term frequently expressed at all. Inconsistently dominant, however, is exactly what the Heat have been. Miami hasn't lost back-to-back games during the NBA playoffs (it's actually been since January). But the Heat also haven't won two games in a row since snagging sequential victories in Game ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "If we fail to implement our own rules, or implement them inconsistently, we can - and probably will - be challenged" with legal action through the World Trade Organization, Mandelson told a conference organized by the biotech lobby Europabio.
    on Jun 14, 2007 By: Peter Mandelson Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "Not at all. We got off to a pretty decent start, playing a little inconsistently at times, but seemed to be getting over that. We got on a six-game winning streak and started to feel pretty good about ourselves," said Pronger. "For whatever...
    on Dec 7, 2009 By: Chris Pronger Source: Toronto Sun

  3. "I have a love-hate relationship with him, he's been good and bad and never ordinary," Golden State coach Don Nelson said before Friday's game against Milwaukee. "But I guess when you play inconsistently, you play inconsistently. He's had...
    on Jan 15, 2010 By: Don Nelson Source: San Jose Mercury News

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