unchangeably

[ cheyn-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF unchangeably

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I wish my convictions of the right were not quite so unchangeably settled.

He had only to say resolutely and unchangeably that the thing shouldn't be, and it wouldn't be.

Let me for once relieve my heart, by saying how entirely,—how unchangeably I love you.

What I want my letter to tell you is that I love you truly, gratefully, unchangeably.

And at worst, the path of evolution was unchangeably appointed.

For these, however, the words were fixed as unchangeably as are the words of our old Psalms.

Henceforward, during the whole later life with its continually changing drama, Knox remains intensely and unchangeably the same.

The Assemblys Catechism is similar:God did, from all eternity, unchangeably ordain whatever comes to pass.

These axioms are unchangeably true, and all doubts or attempts to "prove" them bring only confusion and partial insanity.

I believe they need no new bonds, but are unchangeably fixed in the generous system, with which they commenced.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-13c., "unstable, inconstant, unreliable," from Old French changeable "inconstant," from changier (see change (v.)) + -able (see -able). Meaning "subject to variation" is from late 14c. Related: Changeably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNCHANGEABLY

firmly

adverbwith determination
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