Synonyms & Antonyms : Constant





Constant



( Adjective )


He has been
constant in his devotion to his scientific studies.

Synonyms:

Steady

Firm

Unswerving

Ceaseless

Everlasting

Incessant

Steadfast

Contextual Examples:

Slow and
steady wins the race is a well known maxim.

India takes a
firm stand on international issues.

The crew had an
unswerving faith in the caption.

The
steadfast attitude of Muslims has made the Muslim Law static.



Antonyms:

Unsteady

Flexible

Variable

Inconsonant

Unreliable

Unstable

Fickle

Contextual Examples:

He is so
unsteady in his career. He keeps changing jobs every six months.

He is
flexible. He draws deep every influence that comes his way.

His is of
variable temperament. He therefore keeps shifting his attitude with the environment.

He is so
inconstant in his objectives that he has to change his policy frequently.




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