Definitions for fickleˈfɪk əl
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marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments
"fickle friends"; "a flirt's volatile affections"
erratic, fickle, mercurial, quicksilver(a)(adj)
liable to sudden unpredictable change
"erratic behavior"; "fickle weather"; "mercurial twists of temperament"; "a quicksilver character, cool and willful at one moment, utterly fragile the next"
not fixed or firm; liable to change; unstable; of a changeable mind; not firm in opinion or purpose; inconstant; capricious; as, Fortune's fickle wheel
Fickle is an unincorporated town in Washington Township, Clinton County, Indiana.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Fame is a fickle food upon a shifting plate.
Public memory is fickle, has anything changed in India? I am sorry to say, no.
Public memory is fickle, has anything changed in India ? I am sorry to say,' no,'.
...people are by nature fickle, and it is easy to persuade them of something, but difficult to keep them persuaded.
IS has learned that you don't want to be reliant on too many outside sources, donors are fickle and subject to pressure and (IS) wants to be in control.
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- непостоянен, отмятащ се, променливBulgarian
- inconstantCatalan, Valencian
- vægelsindet, vankelmodig, lunefuldDanish
- unbeständig, wankelmütigGerman
- pendular, voluble, inconstanteSpanish
- دمدمی مزاجPersian
- ailahteleva, huikenteleva, häilyvä, vaihtelevaFinnish
- leam-leatScottish Gaelic
- 변하기 쉬운Korean
- onbetrouwbaar, wispelturigDutch
- volúvel, volátil, caprichosoPortuguese
- непостоянный, переменчивыйRussian
- hirovit, nepostojan, mušičav, prevrtljivSerbo-Croatian
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