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fickle
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Sense and Sensibility
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  • I would suppose him,—Oh, how gladly would I suppose him, only fickle, very, very fickle.
  • I would suppose him,—Oh, how gladly would I suppose him, only fickle, very, very fickle.

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  • I can’t imagine depending upon the fickle wind to sail around the world.
  • We got the independent vote last time, but the independent vote is notoriously fickle.

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