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un·change·a·ble

 (ŭn-chān′jə-bəl)
adj.
Not to be altered; immutable: the unchangeable seasons.

un·change′a·bil′i·ty, un·change′a·ble·ness n.
un·change′a·bly adv.
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Adv.1.unchangeably - in an unalterable and unchangeable mannerunchangeably - in an unalterable and unchangeable manner; "his views were unchangeably fixed"
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References in classic literature ?
And remember that I am unchangeably yours,--yours not with selfish wishes, but with a devotion that excludes such wishes.
I felt the answering pang in my own heart--the pang that told me I must lose her soon, and love her the more unchangeably for the loss.
The seeing sense -- held fast in the fetters of its own terror -- looked unchangeably straightforward, as it had looked from the first.
'The importance of human freedom is underlined: The future is not in fact unchangeably set, and the image which the children saw is in no way a film preview of a future in which nothing can be changed.
He shared the connotation of symbolism with William Blake's definition of imagination, and emphasized that the nature of symbolism is imagination: "William Blake has written, 'Vision or imagination'--meaning symbolism by these words--'is a representation of what actually exists, really or unchangeably. Fable or Allegory is formed by the daughters of Memory'" (Essays and Introductions 147).
He does not, for instance, lend himself to the rigid formation and unchangeably fixed behaviour of the solar system.
"A true friend unbosoms freely, advises justly, assists readily, adventures boldly, takes all patiently, defends courageously, and continues a friend unchangeably," - William Penn, entrepreneur
Unchangeable, which Is unchangeably, and Knows unchangeably, and Wills
Vision, or Imagination, is a Representation of what Eternally Exists, Really & Unchangeably. Fable or Allegory is Formd by the daughters of Memory.
[...] But when he has found some meaning in this analogy and acknowledged it, let him not think that he has discovered what is unchangeably above all such things, which unchangeably is and unchangeably knows and unchangeably wills.