Odd question? I think not... most mature - ish people I know are consistent and most consistent people seem mature to me anyhow. I guess that's not an ipso facto conclusion based on what I remember from logic, plus our terms are a bit loosy goosy. So let's get down. Initial observations... I couldn't find any links online in images which included consistency and maturity. Consistency is apparently required for success. Maturity has to do with behaving "properly" as an adult whatever that means. The quotes varied greatly. Suffice it to say I learned something and I'm not wrong... nice double negative and appropriate.
Consistency = noun, plural consistencies.
1. a degree of density, firmness, viscosity, etc.:The liquid has the consistency of cream.
2. steadfast adherence to the same principles, course, form, etc.:There is consistency in his pattern of behavior.
3. agreement, harmony, or compatibility, especially correspondence or uniformity among the parts of a complex thing: consistency of colors throughout the house.
4. the condition of cohering or holding together and retaining form; solidity or firmness.
Maturity = noun - NO HELP HERE
1. the state of being mature; ripeness:The fruit will reach maturity in a few days.
2. full development; perfected condition:maturity of judgment; to bring a plan to maturity.
3. Finance a) the state of being due. b) the time when a note or bill of exchange becomes due.
Mature = adjective (OK - OVERLOAD.)
1. complete in natural growth or development, as plant and animal forms:
2. ripe, as fruit, or fully aged, as cheese or wine.
3. fully developed in body or mind, as a person: She was a mature woman who took her family responsibilities seriously.
4. noting or pertaining to an adult who is middle-aged or older (used euphemistically):
discrimination against mature applicants.
5. pertaining to or characteristic of full development: a mature appearance; fruit with a mature softness.
6. completed, perfected, or elaborated in full by the mind: mature plans.
7. (of an industry, technology, market, etc.) no longer developing or expanding; having little or no potential for further growth or expansion; exhausted or saturated.
8. intended for or restricted to adults, especially by reason of explicit sexual content or the inclusion of violence or obscene language: mature movies.
9. composed of adults, considered as being less susceptible than minors to explicit sexual content, violence, or obscene language, as of a film or stage performance:
for mature audiences only.
10. Finance. having reached the limit of its time; having become payable or due:
a mature bond.
11. Medicine/Medical. a) having attained definitive form or function, as by maturation of an epithelium from a basal layer. b) having attained the end stage of a normal or abnormal biological process:a mature boil.
12. Geology. (of a landscape) exhibiting the stage of maximum topographical diversity, as in the cycle of erosion of a land surface.
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