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fickle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishficklefick‧le /ˈfɪkəl/ adjective  1 CHANGE YOUR MINDsomeone who is fickle is always changing their mind about people or things that they like, so that you cannot depend on them – used to show disapproval opp faithful an unpredictable and fickle lover2 CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTsomething such as weather that is fickle often changes suddenly opp reliablefickleness noun [uncountable] the fickleness of fame
Examples from the Corpus
fickleTrouble is, people are fickle.But memory is fickle and its criteria are constantly shifting.Teenagers are fickle and switch brands frequently.She had been a great star once, but the fickle public now ignored her movies.Of course, I can be fickle, too.fickle winds
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