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inconstance (n.)

late 14c., inconstaunce, "changeableness in action, feeling, etc.; fickleness, unsteadiness," from Old French inconstance "inconstancy, instability" (13c.) and directly from Latin inconstantia "inconstancy, fickleness," abstract noun from inconstans "changeable, inconsistent" (see inconstant). In English, inconstancy is now the usual word.

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