immutably immutably


  • (adv) in an unalterable and unchangeable manner


  1. Yet a closing breakfast scene clinches Storey's point that the family will go on as immutably as the sun rises and night falls.
  2. Again, a Kennedy lay murdered and the nation's future was immutably changed.
  3. The Scots view the English as wanton spendthrifts locked into an immutably snobbish class system.


  • Black people as ordinary is a radical notion: Jarvis DeBerry

    I've discovered that the most radical thing that can be said about black people is that we are totally, utterly and immutably ordinary. I wish such a statement weren't so radical. I wish it didn't need to be said. But...
    on July 20, 2013     Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


  • "Jack changed at the funeral," Peter explains. "A switch changed immutably the day John died. John was Jack's moral compass. Now he's not encumbered by that course of right and wrong. There are not too many places he won't go to protect his...
    on Sep 8, 2006 By: Peter Bergman Source: Jamaica Gleaner

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