immutable immutable  /ɪ ˈmju tə bəl/


  • (adj) not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature

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  • Medical authorities are saying that the swine flu virus is fortunately of an immutable strain.



  1. "A difficult but immutable truth must continue to be told: Terror and rockets do not merely kill innocent civilians, they also kill the legitimate hopes and aspirations of the Palestinian people," Cheney said.
    on Mar 23, 2008 By: Vice President Dick Cheney Source: AFP

  2. Andy Burnham, the Shadow Health Secretary, said that his Roman Catholic faith taught him "the innate and immutable quality of every human life". "The basic tenets of the Labour Party are one and the same as the Christian Church: compassion,...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Andy Burnham Source: Church Times

  3. "The two MDC formations have neither monopoly of political wisdom, nor the immutable right to represent the people of Zimbabwe," Mutambara said in a statement "Setting The Agenda for 2007". "In 2007 they must quickly resolve and...
    on Jan 9, 2007 By: Arthur Mutambara Source: Independent Online

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