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  • adj. superlative form of fickle: most fickle.

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Examples

  • So the two great men, each of whom must be reverenced by all the members of the other's following, found in each other, through the insistence of human nature, ficklest of contrary jades, none of the greatness but all of the faults.

    The Genius

  • After all, some young men are not so fickle as others; but even if he's the ficklest, there is consolation.

    Desperate Remedies

  • Istanbul has long been a classic favourite for EU buyers as sweeping views over the Bosporus and to the islands seduce the ficklest of eyes.

    Overseas Property Blog :: guide to international real estate investment

  • "Well, now, you'd hardly believe it, but that man -- our Miss Everdene's father -- was one of the ficklest husbands alive, after a while.

    Far from the Madding Crowd

  • The maltster being rather short of breath, Mr. Coggan, after absently scrutinising a coal which had fallen among the ashes, took up the narrative, with a private twirl of his eye: — “Well, now, you’d hardly believe it, but that man — our Miss Everdene’s father — was one of the ficklest husbands alive, after a while.

    Far from the Madding Crowd

  • JPM) actually want to pay their TARP money back because -- surprise -- Uncle Sam, as it turns out, can be the ficklest of business partners. had to submit turnaround plans and a general strategy as to how they'll dig out of their hole.

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