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Fickle


FICK'LE, adjective [Latin vacillo; Gr.; Heb. to stagger.]

1. Wavering; inconstant; unstable; of a changeable mind; irresolute; not firm in opinion or purpose; capricious.

They know how fickle common lovers are.

2. Not fixed or firm; liable to change or vicissitude; as a fickle state.