|Origin:||, present participle of consistere; CONSIST|
con‧sis‧tent S3 W3
always behaving in the same way or having the same attitudes, standards etc - usually used to show approval [≠ inconsistent]:
She's the team's most consistent player.
We need to be consistent in our approach.
continuing to happen or develop in the same way:
a consistent improvement in the country's economy
a consistent argument or idea does not have any parts that do not match other parts [≠ inconsistent]:
The evidence is not consistent.
if a fact, idea etc is consistent with another one, it seems to match it:
Her injuries are consistent with having fallen from the building.
The results are consistent with earlier research.
consistently high performance