Inconstant and Steady


Inconstant adjective - Likely to change frequently, suddenly, or unexpectedly.
Usage example: our windjammer sailed wherever the inconstant winds took us

Steady is an antonym for inconstant.

Nearby Words: inconstancy, inconstantly


Steady adjective - Firm in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: even as wild accusations were circulating, she remained steady in her support for the candidate

Inconstant is an antonym for steady in continuing topic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Macross Plus features a literal chart graphing the performances of test pilots Guld (the Technician) and Isamu (the Performer), with Isamu's wildly inconstant numbers nonetheless surpassing (most of) Guld's steady and even progression.
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