invariability[ in-vair-ee-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF invariability
Synonyms for invariability
- same old thing
Antonyms for invariability
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVARIABILITY
These manœuvres are repeated with a striking degree of invariability.
It is founded on the absolute integrity and invariability of nature.
This object is attained by the invariability of the adjectives, and especially by composition.
The invariability of the belief is with him the real guarantee.
By the growth of a practical feeling of the invariability of natural laws.
The combination of invariability and reversibility in the Peirce pendulums was an innovation for relative determinations.
The permanence of organic forms is altogether dependent on the invariability of the material conditions under which they live.
The invariability of nature, as he conceived it, was true of the emotions and the will, as well as of the intellect.
The name was chosen as expressing the invariability of its dimensions with heat.
And science does not rest for us on sure foundations unless the invariability of the laws of nature is admitted.