always behaving in the same way, or having the same opinions, standards, etc.
She's not very consistent in the way she treats her children.
He has been Milan's most consistent player this season.
We must be consistent in applying the rules.
a consistent approach to the problem
happening in the same way and continuing for a period of time
the party's consistent failure to come up with any new policies
a pattern of consistent growth in the economy
in agreement with sth; not contradicting sth
The results are entirely consistent with our earlier research.
injuries consistent with a fall from an upper storey (= similar to those such a fall would have caused)
of an argument or a set of ideas
having different parts that all agree with each other
a well-thought-out and consistent argument
Her work has been of a consistently high standard.
We have argued consistently for a change in the law.