is fickle

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  • Women are said to be fickle, but are they more so than men? Cited from The Spinster Book, by Myrtle Reed
  • Who shall say that the many are fickle, that the chief is firm? Cited from Irish Race in the Past and the Present, by Thebaud
  • He tells her not to worry and that boys of his age are fickle and that the interest will pass.
  • Only her ways were fickle, and when she came near, she filled him with uneasiness, suspicion. Cited from The Seventh Man, by Max Brand
  • But the fortune of war is fickle, and he did not continue his march without experiencing this. Cited from Napoleon And Blucher, by Louise Muhlbach
  • She is fickle in her love affairs, obsessed with whatever man she happens to see first on any given day.
  • He did not think himself to be fickle. Cited from An Eye for an Eye, by Anthony Trollope
  • Now that you are so manly you should not be fickle. Cited from The Earth Trembled, by E.P. Roe
  • Understand' 'a didn't want to be fickle, but he couldn't help it. Cited from Far From the Madding Crowd, Thomas Hardy
  • Moreover, he knows that you are fickle by nature and betray your poets when they grow old. Cited from The Eleven Comedies: Volume 1, Aristophanes
  • You may be fickle, but I don't think you're stingy. Cited from A Terrible Secret, by May Agnes Fleming
  • You now serve Wang Khan, but you ought to know that he is fickle. Cited from The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume VI., by Various
  • It is not only the rich who are fickle. Cited from An American Idyll, by Cornelia Stratton Parker
  • The school-master's letter says nothing that one can depend on, but he praises you and he says you are fickle. Cited from A Happy Boy, by Bjornstjerne Bjornson [Tr.: Rasmus B. Anderson]
  • He would only be vexed to hear that you gave in, and were fickle to your undertaking. Cited from The Trial, by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • He tells her that he is not, after all, banished, and she says she is glad but knows that men are fickle.
  • It is not that he was not in earnest, or that he is fickle or anything of the kind. Cited from A Houseful of Girls, by Sarah Tytler
  • Juliet, who is fickle as the wind, already looks from his face to mine as if she were contrasting us. Cited from The Old Stone House and Other Stories, by Anna Katharine Green
  • Indeed, if it be true that they are fickle, and this few will deny, the feeling they possess cannot be lasting. Cited from Paris As It Was and As It Is,by Francis W. Blagdon
  • He lived royally and never imagined that his hand and brain could lose their cunning, or the public be fickle. Cited from Little Journeys, Volume 4, by Elbert Hubbard
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