immutably


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im·mu·ta·ble

 (ĭ-myo͞o′tə-bəl)
adj.
Not subject or susceptible to change.

im·mu′ta·bil′i·ty, im·mu′ta·ble·ness n.
im·mu′ta·bly adv.
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Adv.1.immutably - in an unalterable and unchangeable mannerimmutably - in an unalterable and unchangeable manner; "his views were unchangeably fixed"
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immutably

[ɪˈmjuːtəblɪ] ADVinmutablemente, inalterablemente

immutably

[ɪˈmjuːtəblɪ] adv (frm) → immutabilmente
References in classic literature ?
My task was a very hard one; but, as I was absolutely resolved--as my cousins saw at length that my mind was really and immutably fixed on making a just division of the property--as they must in their own hearts have felt the equity of the intention; and must, besides, have been innately conscious that in my place they would have done precisely what I wished to do--they yielded at length so far as to consent to put the affair to arbitration.
Great things, and full of wonder in our eares, Farr differing from this World, thou hast reveal'd Divine Interpreter, by favour sent Down from the Empyrean to forewarne Us timely of what might else have bin our loss, Unknown, which human knowledg could not reach: For which to the infinitly Good we owe Immortal thanks, and his admonishment Receave with solemne purpose to observe Immutably his sovran will, the end Of what we are.
She is a woman of conventions and proprieties," he said to himself as he looked at her; "her world is the world of things immutably decreed.
And instantly the mind inquires whether these fishes under the bridge, yonder oxen in the pasture, those dogs in the yard, are immutably fishes, oxen, and dogs, or only so appear to me, and perchance to themselves appear upright men; and whether I appear as a man to all eyes.
Pfuel was one of those hopelessly and immutably self-confident men, self-confident to the point of martyrdom as only Germans are, because only Germans are self-confident on the basis of an abstract notion- science, that is, the supposed knowledge of absolute truth.
Ruskin; and the comparison was in Katharine's mind, and led her to be more critical of the young man than was fair, for a young man paying a call in a tail-coat is in a different element altogether from a head seized at its climax of expressiveness, gazing immutably from behind a sheet of glass, which was all that remained to her of Mr.
Shall I ask you whether God is a magician, and of a nature to appear insidiously now in one shape, and now in another--sometimes himself changing and passing into many forms, sometimes deceiving us with the semblance of such transformations; or is he one and the same immutably fixed in his own proper image?
In the second paragraph of the opinion in Littleton, Chief Justice Hardberger wrote: "The deeper philosophical (and now legal) question is: can a physician change the gender of a person with a scalpel, drugs and counseling, or is a person's gender immutably fixed by our Creator at birth?
What possible motives the author had for putting them immutably on to a page?
Secondly, Freud refutes the idea that time is immutably determined by the sequence of past, present, and future.
The notion behind the Great Chain of Being -- the belief that all life had been hierarchically and immutably created by God (or the natural laws that He had set in motion)(7) -- governed nineteenth-century perceptions of "natural order," both socio-political and biological, until well into the century.
In fact, critical discussions of the generic resonances of the "Hymn" often rest on misapprehensions about genres that Shelley himself did not share, particularly that genres exist immutably and apply equally to all past and present literary works.