Synonyms and related words:
Punic faith, ambitendency, ambivalence, arrhythmia, bad faith, barratry, breach of faith, breach of promise, breach of trust, brokenness, capriciousness, change of mind, changeability, changeableness, choppiness, coquettishness, dappleness, dereliction, desultoriness, deviability, deviation, difference, differentiation, disaffection, disconnectedness, discontinuity, disloyalty, disorder, divarication, divergence, diversification, double-mindedness, dubiety, dubiousness, eccentricity, erraticism, erraticness, faddishness, faddism, faithlessness, falseness, falsity, fence-sitting, fence-straddling, fibrillation, fickleness, fitfulness, fits and starts, flightiness, fluctuation, freakishness, frivolousness, impulsiveness, inconsistency, indecision, indecisiveness, inequality, infidelity, infirmity of purpose, instability, intermittence, irregularity, irresolution, jerkiness, levity, lightness, mala fides, mercuriality, mercurialness, moodiness, motleyness, mugwumpery, mugwumpism, mutability, nonconformism, nonconformity, nonstandardization, nonuniformity, patchiness, pluralism, raggedness, recreancy, restlessness, roughness, second thoughts, shiftiness, skittishness, spasticity, sporadicity, sporadicness, spottiness, stagger, tergiversation, trothlessness, uncertainty, unconformism, unconformity, undecidedness, undependability, undeterminedness, unevenness, unfaith, unfaithfulness, unfixedness, unloyalty, unmethodicalness, unorthodoxy, unpredictability, unreliability, unsettledness, unsettlement, unstableness, unsteadfastness, unsteadiness, unsystematicness, untrueness, variability, variation, variegation, variety, variousness, versatility, volatility, wantonness, wavering, waywardness, whimsicality, wobble

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