fickle definition

  • adjective:
    • Characterized by erratic changeableness or uncertainty, specially regarding affections or accessories; capricious.
    • described as erratic changeableness or instability, specifically pertaining to affections or accessories; capricious.
    • fast to alter one’s opinion or allegiance; insincere; not faithful or dependable.
    • fast to improve one’s viewpoint or allegiance; insincere; perhaps not dedicated or trustworthy.
    • Not fixed or firm; liable to alter; unstable; of a changeable mind; not firm in opinion or function; inconstant; capricious.
    • liable to unexpected unpredictable change
    • marked by erratic changeableness in affections or accessories
    • Not fixed or firm; prone to change; volatile; of a changeable mind; maybe not company in opinion or purpose; inconstant; capricious.
    • liable to abrupt volatile change
    • marked by unpredictable changeableness in affections or attachments
    • described as unpredictable changeableness or uncertainty, particularly pertaining to affections or attachments; capricious.
    • Quick to improve one’s viewpoint or allegiance; insincere; maybe not dedicated or dependable.
    • perhaps not fixed or fast; liable to transform; unstable; of a changeable mind; not firm in viewpoint or function; inconstant; capricious.
    • liable to abrupt volatile modification
    • marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments
    • Characterized by unpredictable changeableness or instability, specifically with regard to affections or attachments; capricious.
    • described as unpredictable changeableness or instability, particularly with regard to affections or attachments; capricious.
    • described as erratic changeableness or uncertainty, specifically with regard to affections or attachments; capricious.
    • fast to change one’s opinion or allegiance; insincere; perhaps not devoted or reliable.
    • Quick to alter one’s opinion or allegiance; insincere; maybe not devoted or trustworthy.
    • Quick to change one’s opinion or allegiance; insincere; not loyal or reliable.
    • described as erratic changeableness or uncertainty, especially for affections or attachments; capricious.
    • Quick to change one’s opinion or allegiance; insincere; perhaps not loyal or dependable.
    • perhaps not fixed or fast; prone to change; volatile; of a changeable head; perhaps not company in viewpoint or function; inconstant; capricious.
    • perhaps not fixed or firm; prone to alter; unstable; of a changeable head; perhaps not firm in opinion or purpose; inconstant; capricious.
    • perhaps not fixed or fast; prone to change; volatile; of a changeable head; perhaps not firm in viewpoint or function; inconstant; capricious.
    • Not fixed or firm; liable to alter; volatile; of a changeable mind; not company in opinion or purpose; inconstant; capricious.
    • liable to sudden unpredictable change
    • prone to abrupt volatile modification
    • marked by unpredictable changeableness in affections or attachments
    • marked by unpredictable changeableness in affections or accessories
    • prone to unexpected unpredictable modification
    • prone to unexpected volatile change
    • marked by unpredictable changeableness in affections or attachments
    • marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments
  • verb:
    • To deceive; flatter.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To deceive; flatter.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To deceive; flatter.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To deceive; flatter.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
  • others:
    • Disposed or acting in order to deceive; deceitful; treacherous; untrue in intent.
    • Inconstant; volatile; very likely to differ from caprice, irresolution, or uncertainty: hardly ever put on things except in poetry or by personification.
    • Perilous; ticklish.
    • Synonyms Variable, mutable, changeable, unsteady, unsettled, vacillating, fitful, volatile.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • Disposed or acting so as to deceive; deceitful; treacherous; untrue in intent.
    • Inconstant; unstable; prone to vary from caprice, irresolution, or instability: seldom put on things except in poetry or by personification.
    • Perilous; ticklish.
    • Synonyms Variable, mutable, changeable, unsteady, unsettled, vacillating, fitful, volatile.
    • To deceive; flatter.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • Disposed or acting in order to deceive; deceitful; treacherous; untrue in intent.
    • Inconstant; volatile; likely to change from caprice, irresolution, or uncertainty: rarely applied to things except in poetry or by personification.
    • Perilous; ticklish.
    • Synonyms Variable, mutable, changeable, unsteady, unsettled, vacillating, fitful, volatile.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • Disposed or acting in order to deceive; deceitful; treacherous; false in intent.
    • Disposed or acting in order to deceive; deceitful; treacherous; untrue in intent.
    • Inconstant; unstable; prone to differ from caprice, irresolution, or uncertainty: rarely placed on things except in poetry or by personification.
    • Inconstant; unstable; more likely to change from caprice, irresolution, or instability: hardly ever placed on things except in poetry or by personification.
    • Perilous; ticklish.
    • Perilous; ticklish.
    • Synonyms adjustable, mutable, changeable, unsteady, unsettled, vacillating, fitful, volatile.
    • Synonyms Variable, mutable, changeable, unsteady, unsettled, vacillating, fitful, volatile.
    • Disposed or acting to be able to deceive; deceitful; treacherous; false in intention.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • Inconstant; volatile; likely to change from caprice, irresolution, or uncertainty: rarely applied to things except in poetry or by personification.
    • Disposed or acting so as to deceive; deceitful; treacherous; untrue in intention.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • Perilous; ticklish.
    • Inconstant; volatile; more likely to differ from caprice, irresolution, or instability: rarely placed on things except in poetry or by personification.
    • Perilous; ticklish.
    • Synonyms Variable, mutable, changeable, unsteady, unsettled, vacillating, fitful, volatile.
    • Synonyms Variable, mutable, changeable, unsteady, unsettled, vacillating, fitful, volatile.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.
    • To deceive; slimmer.
    • To puzzle; perplex; nonplus.

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