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invariability

See definition of invariability on Dictionary.com
  • as inmonotony
  • as inregularity
  • as inuniformity
  • as inmonotone
  • as inmonotonousness
  • as inconsistency

synonyms for invariability

  • tedium
  • colorlessness
  • continuance
  • continuity
  • dreariness
  • dryness
  • dullness
  • ennui
  • evenness
  • flatness
  • humdrum
  • identicalness
  • likeness
  • monotone
  • oneness
  • repetitiousness
  • repetitiveness
  • routine
  • similarity
  • tediousness
  • tiresomeness
  • unchangeableness
  • uniformity
  • equability
  • levelness
  • monotonousness
  • same old thing
  • wearisomeness
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antonyms for invariability

MOST RELEVANT
  • break
  • difference
  • dissimilarity
  • excitement
  • liveliness
  • stoppage
  • unlikeness
  • change
  • color
  • variability
  • versatility
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How to use invariability in a sentence

The usage of money has taken from the unity of value that character of invariability which it ought necessarily to possess.
SOCIAL COMPTABILISM, CHEQUE AND CLEARING SERVICE & PROPOSED LAWERNEST SOLVAY
It is this invariability of sequence which can alone give value to experience, and render education, in the true sense, possible.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. I (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
These manœuvres are repeated with a striking degree of invariability.
WASPSGEORGE W. PECKHAM
It is founded on the absolute integrity and invariability of nature.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL, VOL. 7 (OF 12)ROBERT G. INGERSOLL
This object is attained by the invariability of the adjectives, and especially by composition.
BASQUE LEGENDSWENTWORTH WEBSTER
From the invariability of the axis of rotation, we must conclude that whatever form is the true form, it is one of equilibrium.
OUTLINES OF A MECHANICAL THEORY OF STORMST. BASSNETT
The infant of literature “wails” and wails feebly, with the invariability of a thing unproved and taken for granted.
THE CHILDRENALICE MEYNELL
The combination of invariability and reversibility in the Peirce pendulums was an innovation for relative determinations.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION - UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM - BULLETIN 240ANONYMOUS
One fact well ascertained as regards both species is the invariability of the type.
A POPULAR HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURYAGNES M. (AGNES MARY) CLERKE
The invariability of nature, as he conceived it, was true of the emotions and the will, as well as of the intellect.
THE IDEA OF PROGRESSJ. B. BURY
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