immutability

Part of speech: adverb

Immutably.

Part of speech: noun

Immutableness.

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Usage examples "immutability":

  1. The Sunday evenings were no longer the same, thought Gerrit, without those two characteristic, traditional figures, about whom they all cracked a lot of jokes, but who nevertheless had so long retained something of life's immutability and pathetic monotony ... - "The Twilight of the Souls", Louis Couperus.
  2. It had usually been supposed by the advocates of the immutability of species that domesticated races, if allowed to run wild, always revert to their parent type. - "The Antiquity of Man", Charles Lyell.
  3. Its immutability is therefore, indeed, the cause of the universal becoming. - "Creative Evolution", Henri Bergson.