unsteadfast


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unsteadfast

(ʌnˈstɛdˌfɑːst)
adj
1. unstable; capricious
2. changeable; dynamic
3. unsteady; unfixed
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243-244); to Maud (1855), whose heroine's unsteadfast.
He decides that she will be "apt to catch at" a "young and active" man like him, "for there's nought / That's more unsteadfast, than a woman's thought" (2476-78).
Such quivering contortions of pitiable despair are significantly disrupted by unsteadfast avowals of pained pleasure: