Unconstancy

Un`con´stan`cy


n.1.Inconstancy.
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Railing against women, for example, Mendoza misogynistically avers that "these monsters in nature" are "only constant in unconstancy" (1.6.82, 88), and his misogyny is more subtly perpetuated by Pietro, who requests that his entertainers Sing of the nature of women, and then the song shall be surely full of variety, old crotchets and most sweet closes; it shall be humourous, grave, fantastic, amorous, melancholy, sprightly, one in all, and all in one.