Consistent in a sentence

Definition of Consistent

Of a regularly occurring, dependable nature. [from late 16th c. in the obsolete sense ‘consisting of’] | Compatible, accordant. | (logic) Of a set of statements: such that no contradiction logically follows from them.

How to use Consistent in a Sentence?

  • Possibly they may be of general application, so far as consistent with the calendar system.
  • The imputation of sin not consistent with human, much less with the divine goodness.
  • The imputation of sin not consistent with human, much less with the divine goodness.
  • If he be guilty in this point, he is equally blamable, whether he is consistent or not.
  • The true doctrine of election and predestination consistent with the goodness of God.
  • The Scripture doctrine of election consistent with the impartiality of the divine goodness.
  • The Scripture doctrine of election consistent with the impartiality of the divine goodness.
  • The sufferings of the innocent, and especially of infants, consistent with the goodness of God.
  • Had Miss Gould been less consistent and less in earnest, there were many replies open to her.
  • Now, here the question arises, Is this doctrine consistent with the character of God?
  • Is the policy of President McKinley consistent with the history of the county of Essex?
  • Shall the history that you are now making be consistent with that which you have inherited and which you cherish?
  • So various were their borrowings that it is impossible to draw up a consistent system of their gods.
  • But this is all which is consistent with liberty, and it is all that any who are worthy of the name of reformers will ask.
  • A spirit of reformation is never more consistent with itself than when it refuses to be rendered the means of destruction.
  • He deserves the highest admiration for the consistent way in which he has avoided the slightest suspicion of probability.
  • The second of the two sentences which related to you was first of all an example of the shortest form consistent with our definition.
  • Is it consistent with the nature of things, and with justice, that the interest of capital should be perpetual?
  • France, undergoing the earlier stages of her own revolution, was incapable of carrying out any consistent action.
  • We have rendered consistent on a per-word-pair basis the hyphenation or spacing of such pairs when repeated in the same grammatical context.
  • This authority is valuable as proving or as tending to prove, that inconsistencies in opinion may be consistent with integrity of purpose.
  • The sufferings of the innocent, and especially of infants, consistent with the goodness of God.
  • The true ground and reason of election to eternal life shows it to be consistent with the infinite goodness of God.
  • He dealt in a variety of Hegelian stuff like nothing else in the world, but marvellously consistent with itself.
  • As we felt our feet, I developed slowly and carefully a broadly conceived and consistent political attitude.
  • The unequal distribution of favours, which obtains in the economy of natural providence, consistent with the goodness of God.
  • From such a Cabinet no consistent policy was to be expected, save under leadership of a man like Pitt.
  • In both the justification of the postulated units and laws will be their ability to describe and systematise the observed phenomena in a uniform and consistent way.

Short Example Sentence for Consistent

  • The aspect of consistent poverty never inspires ridicule.
  • Such are the consistent statements of Mr. Eyre!
  • It was consistent in all its parts, complete in all its relations.
  • The imputation of sin not consistent with the goodness of God.
  • The sufferings of Christ consistent with the divine goodness.
  • The imputation of sin not consistent with the goodness of God.
  • He was fool enough in politics to be a consistent and happy politician....
  • The sufferings of Christ consistent with the divine goodness.
  • The eternity of future punishment consistent with the goodness of God.
  • The eternity of future punishment consistent with the goodness of God.
  • The existence of moral evil consistent with the infinite purity of God.
  • The existence of moral evil consistent with the infinite purity of God.

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