Definition of fickle in English:
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'.
Words that rhyme with ficklechicle, mickle, nickel, pickle, prickle, sickle, strickle, tickle, trickle
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