immutableness


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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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Noun1.immutableness - the quality of being incapable of mutation; "Darwin challenged the fixity of species"
unchangeability, unchangeableness, unchangingness, changelessness - the quality of being unchangeable; having a marked tendency to remain unchanged
unalterability - the quality of not being alterable
agelessness - the quality of being timeless and eternal
mutability, mutableness - the quality of being capable of mutation
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Still, for all this immutableness, was there some lack of common consistency about worthy Captain Bildad.
To truth, justice, love, the attributes of the soul, the idea of immutableness is essentially associated.
To truth, justice, love, the attributes of the soul, the idea of immutableness is essentially associated.