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It was a part of himself, woven unchangeably into his life in a glowing skein, the brilliant colors of which could never fade.
THE NEW TENANTE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Indifference is the equivalent of the unchangeably serene, the deaf soul, the woman who knows not how to love.
Not a word, sir; not a word—my resolution is taken unchangeably.
EVELINE MANDEVILLEALVIN ADDISON
By eternal necessity of what they are, justice and love must be unchangeably and forever right.
THEORETICAL ETHICSMILTON VALENTINE
To this class likewise I desired to show, by a visible proof, that God is unchangeably the same.
GEORGE MULLER OF BRISTOLARTHUR T. PIERSON
A realization that he loved her deeply, tenderly, unchangeably rushed over him.
IN OLD KENTUCKYEDWARD MARSHALL AND CHARLES T. DAZEY
Good and bad are relative terms; nothing is positively and unchangeably evil.
IN THE VALLEYHAROLD FREDERIC
Because this power works eternally and unchangeably, it is called "The Eternal," which thus becomes a sort of nickname for God.
MATTHEW ARNOLDG. W. E. RUSSELL
During those three years you have remained constantly and unchangeably cruel.
TEN YEARS LATERALEXANDRE DUMAS, PERE
A given clang of a definite timbre is put together unchangeably in the same way out of elementary tone-sensations.

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