Meaning of INCONSISTENT in English

INCONSISTENT

adjective

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

A succession of injuries produced an inconsistent season for one of our best players.

People feel threatened when decision-making is inconsistent and arbitrary.

Students are rightfully upset by the college's inconsistent grading policy.

The team's performance has been extremely inconsistent this season.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Alarmingly, the character and quality of these early childhood programs is very inconsistent .

Besides, there is nothing inconsistent with free will or even chastity in this view of life.

Is simplification as a pedagogic strategy inconsistent with the principles of a communicative approach to language teaching?

It often seems to be supposed that a concern for grammar is inconsistent with the principles of communicative language teaching.

People feel threatened when decision-making is inconsistent and arbitrary.

The main criticism of the argument from analogy is that these two assumptions are inconsistent .

This prevents individual funds adopting financing policies which may be inconsistent or dysfunctional for the authority as a whole.

Very inconsistent , much having to do with poor communication between coach and players.

Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary.      Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5.