unconstant (adj.) Old form(s): vnconstant
changeable, fickle, unpredictable
3H6 V.i.102[George to Richard] I will henceforth be no more unconstant
KJ III.i.243[King Philip to Cardinal Pandulph, of breaking the treaty] Make such unconstant children of ourselves
KL I.i.299[Regan to Gonerill, of Lear's behaviour] Such unconstant starts are we like to have from him
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