immutably

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He admitted that as he glanced round that immutably Victorian room.

And in what sense is a law of nature an “immutably true” proposition?

Hence they taught that nothing was immutably right, but only so by convention.

But the art of Perugino is still solid and beautiful, immutably serene.

Immutably fixed in my own course, I knew that nothing—humanly speaking—could affect my unalterable resolve.

Though he was disposed to claim a high destiny for his country, he did not believe that destiny was yet immutably fixed.

Spedding is immutably wise, good, and delightful: not so immutably well in Body, I think: though he does not complain.

But as a rule, the processes and boundaries of thought are immutably conditional.

The infant whom Hannah had clutched to her breast, the woman, her sister, whom Janet had seen that day were one—immutably one.

He is immutably good, for the goodness of God endureth continually.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Old French immutable and directly from Latin immutabilis "unchangeable," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + mutabilis "changeable," from mutare "to change" (see mutable). Related: Immutably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMMUTABLY

unchangeably

adverbunalterably
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