What is the meaning of the word "consistent"?

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According to Dictionary.com, "consistent" means adhering to the same principles constantly, such as a consistent opponent. It also means holding firmly together or adhering. "Consistent" also means accordant or agreeing, not self-contradictory, such as: "His views and actions are consistent."

Synonyms of the adjective "consistent" include "consonant," "harmonious," "congruous" and "conformable." A related form of the word "consistent" includes the adverb "consistently." In math, consistency can represent two or more equations satisfied by a common set of variables. An example sentence using the word "consistent" is "To create a consistent floral pattern, draw one flower carefully and photocopy it several times." The word has Latin origins; its earliest appearances in written English date back to the mid- to late 16th century.

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con·sist·ent
[kuhn-sis-tuhnt]
ADJECTIVE
1.
agreeing or accordant; compatible; not self-contradictory: His views and actions are consistent.
2.
constantly adhering to the same principles, course, form, etc.: a consistent opponent.
3.
holding firmly together; cohering.
4.
Archaic. fixed; firm.
Source: Dictionary.com
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