In a fluid and fickle 2012 Republican field, the Texas governor is actively considering jumping into the race.
Six hours later, fickle finger still pulsing, I dumped the investment.
Doubts and holes are everywhere, making England even more susceptible to the twists and turns of fickle fortune.
c.1200, probably from Old English ficol "deceitful, cunning, tricky," related to befician "deceive," and to facen "deceit, treachery." Common Germanic (cf. Old Saxon fekan "deceit," Old High German feihhan "deceit, fraud, treachery"), from PIE *peig- "evil-minded, treacherous, hostile" (cf. Latin piget "it irks, troubles, displeases," piger "reluctant, lazy"). Sense of "changeable" is first recorded late 13c. Related: Fickleness.