As regards this, however, a critical attitude would be inconsistent with a candid reference to the early annals of any biographer.
But after this speech, most inconsistently, she hid her face.
"Allow me to inquire what you are living on now—though I admit," the Doctor added, "that the question, on my part, is inconsistent."
"You certainly are devilish inconsistent!" he broke out at last.
Mrs. Penniman was indeed inconsistent, for at this news she gave a little jump of gratification.
It seemed a proof that she was strong and solid and dense, and would live to a great age—longer than might be generally convenient; and this idea was depressing, for it appeared to saddle her with a pretension the more, just when the cultivation of any pretension was inconsistent with her doing right.
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Her play is inconsistent. Sometimes she’s unbeatable and other times she beats herself.
The study shows that sleeping only for short periods at inconsistent times damaged the brains of mice after three days.