of a regularly occurring, dependable nature (adjective)
Of a set of statements, such that no contradiction logically follows from them. (adjective)
plural Objects or facts that are coexistent, or in agreement with one another. (noun)
In the history of the Eastern Orthodox Church, a kind of penitent who was allowed to assist at prayers, but could not be admitted to receive the holy sacrament. (noun)
Examples of word consistent
The phrase 'consistent employment and good health' rules out Kieron Dyer, who was suggested by Herbie Cullen.
And to ensure that you are using a definition consistent with all of your agency's relevant rules and regulations, turn to your internal HR colleagues for help.
His campaign says, no, they believe Republican voters are still looking for what they call a consistent conservative.
I wanted to share with our audience something that one of the president's spokespersons had to say last week about what he calls a consistent pattern of fits being thrown by North Korea -- let's listen.
There is no short term consistent reaction to the whisper number, but there is a long term consistent reaction.