The self-denying pair had been occupied in coaxing the appetites of some of their sick parishioners, whom they, somewhat inconsistently
, tried to keep imprisoned in the flesh, their own appetites being quite forgotten.
Her mind was working very quickly, inconsistently
To her aunt's surprise, just as she was about to close the envelope Isabel stepped forward, and inconsistently
requested leave to add a postscript to the very letter which she had refused to write!
He acted thus inconsistently
, not from any desire to make himself unpleasant, but because of an unconquerable restlessness.
He seemed surprised--very inconsistently
so, as he had just told me to go.
By nature and habit the most procrastinating of letter-writers, he now inconsistently
opened his desk and took up the pen without a moment's delay.
He entertained me with great kindness, observing me not to look wildly, or talk inconsistently
: and, when we were left alone, desired I would give him a relation of my travels, and by what accident I came to be set adrift, in that monstrous wooden chest.
They seem, however, to have lost their first aspect of universals under which individuals are contained, and to have been converted into forms of another kind, which are inconsistently
regarded from the one side as images or ideals of justice, temperance, holiness and the like; from the other as hypotheses, or mathematical truths or principles.
She wished inconsistently
enough that she could find herself driving rapidly through the streets; she was even anxious to be with some one who, after a moment's groping, took a definite shape and solidified into the person of Mary Datchet.
The campaigners say consular protection is inconsistently
A report of the WTO's Appellate Body ruled that the US has repeatedly abused the use of countervailing measures and acted inconsistently
with provisions acted inconsistently
with the rules of the organization's' rules, which seriously damaged the fairness and equity of international trade environment, the ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.
Wendy Hay, defending, earlier said "boundaries" had been "enforced inconsistently
" as Smith was growing up.