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  • ’a didn’t want to be fickle, but he couldn’t help it.
  • Women are never tired of bewailing man’s fickleness in love, but they only seem to snub his constancy.
  • The maltster being rather short of breath, Mr. Coggan, after absently scrutinising a coal which had fallen among the ashes, took up the narrative, with a private twirl of his eye:— "Well, now, you’d hardly believe it, but that man—our Miss Everdene’s father—was one of the ficklest husbands alive, after a while.

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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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