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in·con·stant

(in-kon'stănt),
1. Irregular.
2. In anatomy, denoting a structure (for example, artery, nerve) that may or may not be present.

in·con·stant

(in-kon'stănt)
1. Irregular.
2. anatomy Denoting a structure, such as an artery, or nerve, which may or may not be present.
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15) Before three years were up, however, she "left her cell inconstantly and returned to the world.
Screwing is nice, so is food, booze I can do without, drugs scare the hell out of me--so my vice, I suppose, however inconstantly practiced, is gambling.
As the people of the Antilles heard through news that arrived inconstantly from across the Atlantic and from elsewhere in the Caribbean about the new directions of colonial policy, they had to decide how to react to national authorities sent to the island.
There is no difficulty inconstantly talking the game down and indeed there is a long queue of people who relish being critical.