Changing frequently, especially as regards one’s loyalties, interests, or affection: Web patrons are a notoriously fickle lot, bouncing from one site to another on a whim the weather is forever fickle
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- Rock music is a harsh world, presided over by a fickle, unforgiving public.
- Now the impression is of a fickle politician who has lots of ideas but no staying power to see them through.
- Holidaymakers are a fickle lot, and the next time they might just stay away once and for all.
Old English ficol 'deceitful'.