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inconsistent
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

2 uses
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Definition
not the same in different parts or at different times

or:

not in agreement [with something else]
  • Then there was the column that challenged the coat-and-tie dress code, arguing that it was "INCONSISTENT TO DRESS US LIKE GROWN-UPS AND TREAT US LIKE CHILDREN."
    p. 294.9
  • At the very least, it was inconsistent of Owen Meany to want a combat-branch assignment; with the keen eye he had always had for spotting bullshit, why would he want to go to Vietnam?
    p. 473.1

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