constant (adj.)
settled, resolved, decided
JC III.i.73[Caesar to all] I was constant Cimber should be banished, / And constant do remain to keep him so
KL I.i.43[Lear to Cornwall and Albany] We have this hour a constant will to publish / Our daughters' several dowers
KL V.i.4[Edmund to Gentleman, of Albany] Bring his constant pleasure
MV III.ii.247[Portia to herself, of Antonio's letter to Bassanio] nothing in the world / Could turn so much the constitution / Of any constant man
TN IV.ii.48[Malvolio to disguised Feste] I am no more mad than you are - make the trial of it in any constant question
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