fickle-minded

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  • In fact, none can unless you are a weakling and fickle-minded. Cited from The Doctrine and Practice of Yoga, by A. P. Mukerji
  • All this made a deep impression upon the fickle-minded redmen. Cited from Life And Times Of Washington, V2, by Schroeder, &c
  • Secondly; they are easily pleased, and are not fickle minded; do not desire, but rather oppose change. Cited from History ... Foreign Missions ... Oriental Churches, Vol. II, by Anderson
  • Then we quietly continued along the ridge of a high bluff until we came to an outstretched point, where beneath us lay the Snake Valley with its fickle-minded river winding through. Cited from A Woman Tenderfoot,byGrace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
  • All this, though they were scarcely ever alone, formed a perfect understanding between them, and quickly banished the image of Caroline from the vain and fickle-minded Alphingham. Cited from The Mother's Recompense, Volume I, by Grace Aguilar
  • I cannot think you fickle-minded, For you were always very kind to me; Fate's thunderclap by which my eyes are blinded Rewards my old, forgotten sins, I see. Cited from Translations of Shakuntala and Other Works, by Ka*alida*asa
  • There, I understand, if a young man goes home with a young lady on a Sunday evening, it is considered as good as an engagement; and if, on the next Sunday evening, he goes home with another young lady, he is looked upon as a fickle-minded miscreant, capable of ruining a whole town. Cited from Punchinello, Vol. II. No. 38, Saturday, December 17, 1870, by Various
  • We started off in the middle of a fickle-minded shower, which first blew puffs of wetness in our faces, like spray on a flawy day at sea, and then broke off to let the sun shine through for a minute or two. Cited from Paths of Glory, by Irvin S. Cobb
  • Lorischen and Burgher Jans, strange to say, did not make a match of it after all, the fickle-minded old nurse backing out of the bargain instead of holding to her promise after the arrival of her young masters at home. Cited from Fritz and Eric, by John Conroy Hutcheson
  • Not a hundred yards away, at a drug store, was one of those fickle-minded, variable thermometers, showing a temperature that ranged from fifty-five on downward to forty; but the hotel thermometer stood firm at sixty-one, no matter what happened. Cited from Europe Revised, Irvin S. Cobb
  • But the fickle-minded maiden vowed again to wed To young Warren who lived in that place; It was a fatal blow that caused his overthrow And added to her shame and disgrace. Cited from Cowboy Songs, by Various
  • The fickle-minded King, always ardent at the outset of an enterprise and always flagging before its close, divided, moreover, between the smiles of his mistresses and the assaults of his enemies, might probably have dismissed the New World from his thoughts. Cited from Pioneers Of France In The New World, by Parkman #2
  • Philip Jocelyn's work that morning was by no means light, for Laura was fond of pictures, in a frivolous amateurish kind of way; and she ran from one canvas to another, like a fickle-minded bee that is bewildered by the myriad blossoms of a boundless parterre. Cited from Henry Dunbar, by M. E. Braddon