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con·sis·tent

 (kən-sĭs′tənt)
adj.
1. In agreement; compatible: The testimony was consistent with the known facts.
2. Being in agreement with itself; coherent and uniform: a consistent pattern of behavior.
3. Reliable; steady: demonstrated a consistent ability to impress the critics.
4. Mathematics Having at least one common solution, as of two or more equations or inequalities.
5. Holding true as a group; not contradictory: a consistent set of statements.

[Latin cōnsistēns, cōnsistent-, present participle of cōnsistere, to stand still; see consist.]

con·sis′tent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.consistently - in a systematic or consistent manner; "they systematically excluded women"
inconsistently - without showing consistency; "he acted inconsistently when he bought these stocks"

consistently

adverb
In an expected or customary manner; for the most part:
Idioms: as usual, per usual.
Translations
بِصورَة ثابِتَه
důsledně
gennemførtkonsekvent
következetesen
reglulega, meî stöîugum hætti
dôsledne

consistently

[kənˈsɪstəntlɪ] ADV
1. (= regularly) [refuse, deny, oppose, support] → sistemáticamente; [work, perform] → con un nivel de calidad constante
the quality of this product has been consistently high over the last few yearsel nivel de calidad de este producto se ha mantenido durante los últimos años
the rate of inflation has been consistently lowel nivel de inflación se ha mantenido bajo
she has had consistently good marksen general sus notas han sido buenas
he consistently achieved marks of over 90%sus notas estaban habitualmente por encima del 90%
2. (= logically) [argue, behave] → consecuentemente
to act consistentlyobrar con consecuencia

consistently

[kənˈsɪstəntli] adv
(= invariably) [deny, refuse, say] → toujours; [fail] → systématiquement; [high, good] → toujours; [well] → toujours

consistently

adv
argue, behavekonsequent; (= constantly) failständig; refuse, deny, oppose, rejecthartnäckig
(= uniformly)einheitlich, durchweg
(= in agreement)entsprechend (→ with +dat)

consistently

[kənˈsɪstntlɪ] adv (argue, behave, happen) → immancabilmente

consistent

(kənˈsistənt) adjective
1. (often with with) in agreement (with). The two statements are not consistent; The second statement is not consistent with the first.
2. always (acting, thinking or happening) according to the same rules or principles; the same or regular. He was consistent in his attitude; a consistent style of writing.
conˈsistency noun
the consistency of his work.
conˈsistently adverb
His work is consistently good.
References in classic literature ?
He may have consistently broken them for fifty years, yet this year he will keep them.
The fourth point is consistency: for though the subject of the imitation, who suggested the type, be inconsistent, still he must be consistently inconsistent.
Were they consistently pitiful, then would they make their neighbours sick of life.
But, about three centuries afterwards, the Law decided that in all towns containing a population above ten thousand, the angle of a Pentagon was the smallest house-angle that could be allowed consistently with the public safety.
During the Civil War he as- sisted in the recruiting of colored men for the 54th and 55th Massachusetts Regiments and consistently argued for the emancipation of slaves.
In spite of the complaints of the French as to the nonobservance of the rules, in spite of the fact that to some highly placed Russians it seemed rather disgraceful to fight with a cudgel and they wanted to assume a pose en quarte or en tierce according to all the rules, and to make an adroit thrust en prime, and so on- the cudgel of the people's war was lifted with all its menacing and majestic strength, and without consulting anyone's tastes or rules and regardless of anything else, it rose and fell with stupid simplicity, but consistently, and belabored the French till the whole invasion had perished.
At the same time I cannot, consistently with my duty as a Christian, suffer my opinion of Miss Jethro to be in any way modified, until proofs are laid before me which it is impossible to dispute.
Well, I don't like to acknowledge it, Dorcas, but I don't see how I can consistently stick to my doubts in the face of such overwhelming proof as this dog is furnishing.
If he would act in this sort of manner, on principle, consistently, regularly, their little minds would bend to his.
But for this, I should not have dreamt of running so much on the high-pressure principle; but love, you know, Miss Julia, is a calculation, like any other great event of life, and must be carried on consistently.
Of her sons-in-law he was the one she had most consistently ignored; and all his wife's efforts to represent him as a man of forceful character and marked intellectual ability (if he had only "chosen") had been met with a derisive chuckle.
Traders and makers of all kinds of commodities have effected a revolution in the picture-world, never dreamed of by the noblemen and gentlemen of ancient lineage, and consistently protested against to this day by the very few of them who still remain alive.