as fickle

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  • As fickle as he is it can work out either way.
  • She may be as fickle as a man, but it will be in a different way. Cited from Sex And Common-Sense, by A. Maude Royden
  • But yesterday and I felt that all women were as fickle as these waters. Cited from Dawn, Mrs. Harriet A. Adams
  • I know, thou art as fickle as a child. Cited from Chitra, a Play in One Act, by Rabindranath Tagore
  • Even when he is on the side of the truth he is as fickle as the children of falsehood. Cited from Heretics, by G. K. Chesterton
  • Change their light course, as fickle chance may guide, Now here, now there, and shoot from side to side. Cited from Life of Sheridan, V1, by Thomas Moore
  • "Nothing is certain in this world, and race-horses are said to be as fickle as your sex, dear lady." Cited from Adrien Leroy, by Charles Garvice
  • Modesty is as fickle as fashion and assumes almost as many different forms as dress itself. Cited from Primitive Love and Love-Stories, by Henry Theophilus Finck
  • Like nature itself, they can appear as fickle and capricious as the winter chill, yet also as warm as the summer sun.
  • Yi's professional judgment could be as fickle as his politics.
  • Fortune with me may prove as fickle as It did with poor lamented NICHOLAS. Cited from Punch, Vol. 152, April 11, 1917, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • But I'm ne'er as fickle as you think. Cited from The Treasure of Heaven, by Marie Corelli
  • Because they regard them as fickle, unstable, and irrational, and so have but little patience with them. Cited from On the Firing Line in Education, by Adoniram Judson Ladd
  • A surface view of this man's conduct might lead one to think of him as fickle; but a deeper consideration will lead to the opposite conclusion. Cited from Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic, by Sidney L. Gulick
  • Success, which usually is as fickle as justice, took long strides and doubled its stations in order to reach Amedee. Cited from A Romance of Youth by Francois Coppee, v3
  • It has its moods both grave and gay, and is as fickle as a schoolgirl. Cited from Byways Around San Francisco Bay, by William E. Hutchinson
  • Whilst as fickle fortune smil'd, Thou and I were both beguil'd. Cited from Sonnets/Sundry Notes of Music, William Shakespeare
  • These young lads are as fickle as the weather-cock, and have half-a-dozen fancies in as many weeks. Cited from Love and Life, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • And he asked himself why he was such a confounded fool as to go on hankering after a penniless girl, who was as fickle as the wind? Cited from Wives and Daughters, E. C. Gaskell
  • All petrol engines may be described as fickle in their behaviour, and so complicated is their structure that the best of them are given to stopping without any warning. Cited from The Mastery of the Air, by William J. Claxton
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