- displaying a lack of consistency
"inconsistent statements cannot both be true at the same time"
"inconsistent with the roadmap"
- not capable of being made consistent or harmonious
- You're inconsistent.
- Tom is inconsistent.
- His argument is inconsistent with our policy.
- His story is inconsistent in many places.
- Her actions are inconsistent with her words.
- That news report is inconsistent with the facts.
- His account of what happened is inconsistent with testimony from other witnesses.
- When it comes to my supervisor, he's very inconsistent, so we never get any work done.
- That she did fabricate them is not more inconsistent with probability, than that she should tell us, as she has done, that she could and did work miracles.
- This is inconsistent with one single market.
- The requirements laid down are not, moreover, inconsistent with any international commitments which Canada has undertaken.
- The resultant data would thus be inconsistent and unusable for the purposes of controls.
- An export licence shall be denied if approval would be inconsistent with, inter alia:
- The information collected may also be incomplete, inconsistent, or not fully plausible.
- Its depreciation of fixed assets was also found to be inconsistent.