He had been observing, without reflecting upon, many facts in the lives of other men, experiences in his own heart, and apparent inconsistencies in the Bible.
He was often conscious of the infinite mystery lying beyond his ken, but never of those frightful inconsistencies and contradictions in nature and life by which the soul is sooner or later paralyzed or at least bewildered.
The actors seemed swayed by powers external to themselves, their movements exhibiting such gross inconsistencies as to make it impossible to predict, and almost impossible to guess them.
Even the author who demands his own way should be shown his inconsistencies and slacknesses, if they exist.
As blunders and inconsistencies creep into print everywhere, even when special care is taken to avoid them, the author expects this very work to be an example of the mistakes it warns others to avoid.
The middle period, with all its inconsistencies in theory and practice, had nevertheless taught men some lessons.
The practice is not uniform, as is evidenced in the inconsistencies in regard to regulations as to the marriage by the diplomatic agent.
The inconsistencies in regard to jurisdiction over those naturalized or incompletely naturalized are gradually yielding to treaty provisions which distinctly determine the position of such persons.
Tolstoi's inconsistencies are generally glossed over, because he professed the customary moral theories of the age, while Nietzsche has had to endure the most searching criticism because he did not.
The perfect sage involuntarily idealises his opponent and frees his inconsistencies from all defects and accidentalities: he only takes up arms against him when he has thus turned his opponent into a god with shining weapons.
As a candidate, the inconsistencies of a soldier politician were far outweighed by his picturesque and powerful personality.
In truth these mistakes were really inconsistencies of the politician, and no more.
But it was characteristic of this minute and painstaking observer to accumulate and set forth his results, unaffected by any apparent difficulties or inconsistencies which they might seem to involve.
There was another class among the disputants about the Sabbath, who endeavored, by strict adherence to the Scriptures, to escape the difficulties and inconsistenciesinto which others had been led.
This remark will be strengthened, if we consider to what inconsistencies the advocates of Sunday are driven.
The inconsistencies of unsuccessful passion, the wanderings of a mind diseased, and a prey to irresistible desire, he has portrayed more touchingly and truthfully than any French poet before him, or even perhaps after him.
The inconsistencies which here arise from the attempt to observe the unity of place, are obvious to the least discerning eye.
He gave utterance to the inward struggles and inconsistencies of passion, with a truth and an energy which had never before been witnessed on the French stage.
Many nurses acutely aware of the complexities, contradictions, and inconsistencies of their nursing worlds have struggled and used the positivistic method in research studies.
What must he think of God, to search his word in quest of gross inconsistencies and grave contradictions!
There are clear indications that the books were not written in the order in which they stand; and a few inconsistencies of statement between the earlier and later books were left uncorrected at the time of the author's death.
Some of these apparent inconsistencies of opinion may be explained on the supposition that Virgil changed his allegiance from one school to another during the composition of the Georgics.
These inconsistenciesshow how little thought Virgil had for the objective consistency of his representation.
Strong men are quite as liable as weak women are to suddeninconsistencies on any question they may have in common.
Yet the crowning Inconsistency was that, from time to time, it was submitted to the sovereign people to declare if these various Inconsistencies were not really the perfect expression of the most perfect Government the world had known.
Such inconsistencies betray a determination in the historian to speak of men according to his preconceived affection or prejudice, without so much as attempting to reconcile these sentiments to the facts which he can neither deny nor excuse.
There is one particular way in which I think his inconsistencieshave been dangerous to his career.
Don't ever talk to me again about the inconsistencies of women.
March had seen some pretty feminine inconsistencies and trepidations which once charmed him in his wife hardening into traits of middle-age which were very like those of less interesting older women.
The recorder of verbal tradition religiously sets down its inconsistencies and leaves in the transfigured chronicle many tell-tale incidents and remarks which, like atrophied organs in an animal body, reveal its gradual formation.
For the antiquary, versed in religious archæology, the Cathedral of Sens would appear, from the very inconsistencies and exuberance of its style, to be of great interest.
These are but a few of the inconsistencies consequent upon the rage for foisting foreign local colour into a Shakespearian play.
They are methods, moreover, which Elizabethan actors would have regarded as unintelligent, because they turned good drama into bad drama, and created inconsistencies between character and situation.
But our stage Hamlets try to tone down the inconsistencies and imperfections of the character; they exploit his sentiments, but do not show his inclinations.
If I were "fancy free" I should like to lecture in America on the inconsistencies of the Caucasian.
In fact, while the Americans boast that everything American is the best, French customs are followed at banquets invariably, this being one of the strange inconsistencies of the Americans.
Contemplating all theseinconsistencies one is amazed, and the amazement is ever increasing as one delves deeper into the ways of the inconsistent American.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "inconsistencies" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.