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1. Changing or varying, especially often and without discernible pattern or reason.
2. Fickle; faithless.

in·con′stant·ly adv.
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were inconstantly and in smaller amounts associated with the mixed anaerobic flora, especially when lesions were sampled by swabbing.
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His own resoluteness, he proceeds to reveal, has freed him from the "regret and remorse" that beset "those frail and irresolute minds that allow themselves inconstantly to go about treating as if good things they later judge to be bad.