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Since joining the team last year, he has become our most consistent performer.
I have been consistent in my approach over the years.
The government has been consistent in taking the side of large companies against those campaigning for public health and safety.
a consistent improvement
the need for a unified and consistent policy
These results are consistent with the findings of the previous study.
He has consistently denied the charges.
This is the American English definition of consistent. View British English definition of consistent.
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