fickle mind

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  • And, having looked up a train, I hastened out to telegraph before I could change my fickle mind. Cited from The Damned, by Algernon Blackwood
  • His fickle mind, his shallow principle, gave way. Cited from All Aboard; or, Life on the Lake, by Oliver Optic
  • But, having lost the widow, his fickle mind straightway began to discover in her a great many excellencies that he had never seen before. Cited from Round the Block, by John Bell Bouton
  • And love should thus the man and wife In closest concord bind; But that man turns away from me, And shows a fickle mind. Cited from Chinese Literature, by Anonymous
  • But thou hast a fickle mind, but it is an invidious account to go through, how love compelled thee with his inevitable arrows to preserve my life. Cited from The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I, by Euripides
  • On this occasion, however, the pleasure of a wholly new grievance left no space in his fickle mind for the old-worn item of irritation, and he never even noticed that the coffee was done. Cited from The Heavenly Twins, by Madame Sarah Grand
  • There were signs which led me to believe that during that awful night the woman's fickle mind had come at last to learn the worth of the true heart and strong arm which struggled for her and guarded her so tenderly. Cited from The Captain of the Polestar, by A. Conan Doyle #5
  • Jauntily he swung off down the path between the lines of cars, his fickle mind wavering between the joys of the coming day and the memory of the loveliest Romany he had ever encountered. Cited from Truxton King, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • The grandeur of decoration and furnishing had been too solid to depreciate through decay, and its owner had been of no fickle mind led to waver in taste by whims of fashion. Cited from The Head of the House of Coombe, by F Burnett
  • They were the same grey, steely eyes, restless, shifting, unreliable, mirrors of the man's impulsive, wayward and fickle mind. Cited from The Man with the Clubfoot, by Valentine Williams
  • But let us bear in mind that the futile fancies of youth may be deadly things, and that one of them falling on a fickle mind may so stir its shallows as to urge it to disturb and set in motion the avalanches of illimitable grief. Cited from Tales of War, Lord Dunsany
  • Besides, as he suggested, they were not people of fickle mind, like Kate and Haddington (for, of course, Claudia had told him of Haddington's proposal to herself -- it is believed ladies always do tell these incidents), and could afford to wait. Cited from Father Stafford, by Anthony Hope
  • And, when thou partest, what a fickle mind Thou leav'st behind, That, being a little absent from mine eye, It straight forgets thee what thou art, And ofttimes my adulterate heart Dallies with Pleasure, thy pale enemy. Cited from The Unknown Eros, by Coventry Patmore
  • The Protector, however, seems to have profoundly impressed even Waller's light and fickle mind; and the panegyric which he produced on him in 1654, is not only the ablest, but seems the sincerest of his productions. Cited from Poetical Works of Edmund Waller and Sir John Denham, by Waller & Denham