- a not worthy of reliance or trust
an undependable assistant
- s liable to be erroneous or misleading
an undependable generalization
- Calls the Arizonan "undependable" in Congress and usually "allied with the Democrats.
- Condon acts as mother hen to as undependable a brood of gifted musicians as James Petrillo has in his roster.
- Such people are reactionary, wavering elements, fifth-columnists, members of that "stinking-ninth" category -- the despised and undependable cosmopolitans, for whom Mao and his .
- Tori Amos in Globe and Mail
Amos says it is time "for us as artists to stop being dependent, dependent on any system that has become undependable. Only then can we help to create a new system that propagates and secures independence for each creator."
- Mitt Romney in Los Angeles Times
Romney said the votes would "render them undependable in the eyes of the men and women of the United States military and the American people."
- Yashwant Sinha in SamayLive
It is not at all surprising that Pakistan has changed its statements. Pakistan is extremely undependable when it comes to taking action against terrorists based in that country. Especially when such terrorists are active against India,Sinha said.