invariably

[ in-vair-ee-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF invariably
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVARIABLY

It may serve as a sample of his wool, for invariably it is home made.

He invariably encouraged humour, this genial philanthropist.

This has been invariably done by navigators and is a most necessary proceeding.

When that sort of man goes into business he invariably gets into trouble.

At first she invariably kept him in a lower drawer of my bureau.

Beauty Smith had estimated his powers well, for he was invariably the victor.

His frock-coat, cravat and waistcoat were invariably of black.

The cost of service should invariably be an important factor of a rate.

In doing so, his language is invariably that of a man of education and a gentleman.

She had, however, a strong will, and was invariably at loggerheads with others.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Old French invariable (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin invariabilis, from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + variabilis (see variable). Related: Invariably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INVARIABLY

always

adverbforever; continually
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