from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being invariable; constancy of state, condition, or quality; immutability; unchangeableness.
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- noun The state of being
invariable; constancyof state, condition, or quality; immutability; unchangeableness.
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- noun the quality of being resistant to variation
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The universal idea possesses a fixity and invariableness of nature, whilst the sensuous image changes from moment to moment.
The idea of causality, which implies the universal necessity of causation, cannot be educed from experience, since necessity (as opposed to mere invariableness) cannot be known by experience; it is therefore an original principle in the mind.
The reconciliation of the apparently contradictory facts of the invariableness of the object and the variableness of its appearance is only possible in a space of three dimensions, in which, owing to perspective distortions and changes, these variations of projection can be reconciled with the consistency of the form of a body.
The problem is thus set to the child's understanding: how to reconcile to his comprehension the apparently contradictory facts of the _invariableness_ of the object together with the _variableness_ of its appearance.
We do not fritter away the theology  in a divided plurality, because one Form, so to say, united  in the invariableness of the Godhead, is beheld in God the Father, and in God the Only begotten.
Venus, on the other hand, presents an unparalleled instance of invariableness and uniformity.
Seest thou the invariableness  in the Trinity?
The actual miracle of the Universe is the invariableness of Law.
In the training of animals and the education of children it is the perfection, inevitableness, invariableness, and relentlessness of routine which tells.
The whole power of spoken language is vested in the invariableness with which certain symbols are associated with certain ideas.