Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • So as not to suffer change; without change; immutably.

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  • adverb In a way that cannot be varied, or changed.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in an unalterable and unchangeable manner

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Examples

  • The Chicago church where President Obama belonged for 20 years, Trinity United Church of Christ, is theologically liberal, eschewing scriptural inerrancy and taking apostolic creeds as "testimonies" of faith, rather than literally, unchangeably true.

    The Churches of Cain and Obama

  • To undermine the concept of what is ‘natural’ and unchangeably right, and to argue that we have change morality and nature as we please, is to undermine the premises on which liberal society itself is built.

    Matthew Yglesias » Jessica Valenti on Anti-Feminists and So-Called “Hook-up Culture”

  • I have a few friends from Sri Lanka, and it always disheartens me to listen to them talk about the situation being unchangeably bad there.

    Guest post 20 – Mihirini de Zoysa on the I Can project in Sri Lanka « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • The residence time of atmospheric CO2 is not unchangeably one number of years, set in stone, is it?

    Rabett Run

  • He seemed affected to agony; he held it between each of his own, and while softly he uttered, 'O ever-unchangeably generous Camilla!' she felt it moistened with his tears.

    Camilla

  • Whether it is better to let such children develop as the gender their minds are hard-wired unchangeably to be, at the cost of sterility, or to euthenase them, or less kindly, deny them treatment so they go slowly or quickly insane and kill themselves the usual consequence I leave up to you.

    Must... Resist....

  • A sentence was said to be accidentally necessary when it was unchangeably true but, as distinct from per se predications, there was no necessary conceptual connection between subject and predicate.

    Medieval Theories of Modality

  • All his strength of desire, the special expression of his soul, was thrown over the beautiful Roman, who became unchangeably the beginning and the end of all his thoughts and actions.

    Albert Savarus

  • All his strength of desire, the special expression of his soul, was thrown over the beautiful Roman, who became unchangeably the beginning and the end of all his thoughts and actions.

    Albert Savarus

  • You don't get that urge to murder with somebody who's truly a fringe candidate, or even an unchangeably minority candidate.

    Future Sex

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