immutable

Part of speech: adverb

Immutably.

Part of speech: adjective

Not mutable; unchangeable.

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Usage examples "immutable":

  1. For, he continued, it requires no very critical examination of the human mind to enable us to determine that one great inducement to these gifts is the conviction felt by the giver that the disposition he makes of them is immutable. - "John Marshall and the Constitution A Chronicle of the Supreme Court, Volume 16 In The Chronicles Of America Series", Edward S. Corwin.
  2. Look, man, look- and read my answer in the smile, which, denying me, teaches me, in this case, to arm myself with a denial as immutable as hers. - "Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia", William Gilmore Simms.
  3. They stand immutable and immortal, in the social, moral, and intellectual condition of their descendants. - "The American Union Speaker", John D. Philbrick.