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Their relationship has always seemed one of the most solid and enduring unions in the fickle world of showbiz. The Sun (2016)The rehabilitation of sportswear owes as much to global politics as it does to the fashion industry's fickle nature and short memory. Times, Sunday Times (2016)With 1.4 billion swipes a day and a notoriously fickle user base, it is a question that millions of users have grappled with and got wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Gold is a fickle investment and notoriously difficult to value. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Such is the fickle nature of the game. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The weather is notoriously fickle at this time of year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He shed tears for the fickle finger of fortune. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The fashion world is fickle and hard. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was a day when the fickle nature of sport was exposed once again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)People in the art world are so fickle. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is the critical world really so fickle? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Five years is a long time in the fickle world of fashion. The Sun (2013)But such is the fickle nature of the top flight this season we really should have known what was coming next. The Sun (2014)The power supply was notoriously fickle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The fickle nature of hurricanes straying so far north means that there may only be hours of warning before a hurricane strikes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The facts are often fickle - which is why this is such an important book. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They perform well and thrive in fickle British weather. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So much for the fickle finger of footballing fortune at Newcastle. Times, Sunday Times (2009)What's your secret for surviving in such a notoriously fickle industry? The Sun (2014)It's a reminder that mountain weather is fickle and unforgiving. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And while investors say they would be relaxed, what happens if their notoriously fickle mood changes? Times, Sunday Times (2013)The fickle nature of risk capital does not satisfy the juniors' need for cash. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And he thinks the reason is that the fickle finger of fashion pointed at Wells at just the right time. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In fact, you getting a table will almost certainly denote that the fickle finger of the zeitgeist has moved on. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Olympics endured fickle weather too. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But 30-odd years in the notoriously fickle fashion industry have left him well accustomed to setbacks of the sort he experienced yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2008)May is a fickle month, often warm enough to feel like summer and yet quite capable of plunging back into the depths of winter. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Used Occasionally. fickle is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'fickle'
British English: fickle ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as fickle, you disapprove of them because they keep changing their mind about what they like or want.
The group has been notoriously fickle in the past.
Definition of fickle from the Collins English Dictionary
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