- not variable; not changing or capable of being changed; static or constant.
- something that is invariable; a constant.
Origin of invariable
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1. unalterable, unchanging, changeless, invariant, unvarying, immutable.
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Now, when he is recognized, it is invariably with affection and nostalgia.Pedro Zamora, a Hero in the Real World
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He invariably encouraged humour, this genial philanthropist.The Slave Of The Lamp
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This has been invariably done by navigators and is a most necessary proceeding.The Field of Ice
When that sort of man goes into business he invariably gets into trouble.Roden's Corner
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At first she invariably kept him in a lower drawer of my bureau.Concerning Cats
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- always; without exception
- not subject to alteration; unchanging
- a mathematical quantity having an unchanging value; a constant
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Word Origin and History for invariably
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