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adverb as in perpetually

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Example Sentences

Usually, marketers try to spotlight those prejudices with equality awareness ads that invariably stop short of righting those wrongs.

From Digiday

In the six decades since Hartman’s paper, no matter how carefully physicists have redefined tunneling time or how precisely they’ve measured it in the lab, they’ve found that quantum tunneling invariably exhibits the Hartman effect.

The fact that they might be important became apparent when researchers recognized that bacteria that had CRISPR sequences invariably also had a small set of genes associated with them.

Every single day, after she’d pitch an investor who would invariably pass, she’d go back and revise the pitch deck to reflect what she’d learned from the questions that had been asked of her.

From Fortune

They invariably require some amount of statistics and probability, much of which is counterintuitive.

And yes, that authoritarian, patriarchal guru-power structure, invariably, always leads to abuses.

It is a horrific and inconvenient truth, but paying ransoms to free hostages invariably worsens the problem in the long-term.

When music had come into the discussion, the emphasis invariably was on rock sounds and players.

In any controversy, he invariably positioned himself between the poles.

The scapegoat is invariably an outsider, existing at the margins of a community, and resisting its core values.

Georgie now, to her astonishment, found her movements invariably chronicled in the society journals.

She was invariably tired now, Tom soon discovered—until Tony returned from Cairo.

In the Dominion it is invariably obtained from hard rock somewhat difficult to work.

The pedal keys were almost invariably straight and the pedal boards flat.

The color-index is thus almost invariably low, the average being about 0.5.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to invariably, such as: always, constantly, customarily, habitually, regularly, and unfailingly.

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