consistent adj.

1 always behaving in the same way

VERBS be | remain

ADV. highly, remarkably, very | absolutely, completely, entirely, quite, wholly His attitude isn't absolutely consistent. | largely | fairly, reasonably

2 in agreement with sth

VERBS be, seem | remain

ADV. completely, entirely, fully, perfectly | broadly, largely | fairly, quite, reasonably | internally His argument is not even internally consistent (= different parts of the argument contradict each other). | mutually It is desirable that domestic and EU law should be mutually consistent. | logically

PREP. across These findings are consistent across all the studies. | with The figures are fully consistent with last year's results.