misspelling of consistent
Of a regularly occurring, dependable nature.
‘The consistent use of Chinglish in China can be very annoying, apart from some initial amusement.’; ‘He is very consistent in his political choices: economy good or bad, he always votes Labour!’;
(logic) Of a set of statements: such that no contradiction logically follows from them.
Objects or facts that are coexistent, or in agreement with one another.
A kind of penitent who was allowed to assist at prayers, but was not permitted to receive the holy sacraments.
Possessing firmness or fixedness; firm; hard; solid.
‘The humoral and consistent parts of the body.’;
Having agreement with itself or with something else; having harmony among its parts; possesing unity; accordant; harmonious; congruous; compatible; uniform; not contradictory.
‘Show me one that has it in his powerTo act consistent with himself an hour.’; ‘With reference to such a lord, to serve and to be free are terms not consistent only, but equivalent.’;
Living or acting in conformity with one's belief or professions.
‘It was utterly to be at once a consistent Quaker and a conspirator.’;
(sometimes followed by `with') in agreement or consistent or reliable;
‘testimony consistent with the known facts’; ‘I have decided that the course of conduct which I am following is consistent with my sense of responsibility as president in time of war’;
marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts;
‘a logical argument’; ‘the orderly presentation’;
capable of being reproduced;
‘astonishingly reproducible results can be obtained’;
the same throughout in structure or composition;
‘bituminous coal is often treated as a consistent and homogeneous product’;