Indeclinably

In`de`clin´a`bly


adv.1.Without variation.
2.(Gram.) Without variation of termination.
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quest for reparations and the integrity of the process that would implement them mandates that monies be dispersed indeclinably. For the inevitable remonstrants, monies due them must be provided to them anyhow despite any caviling around by them.