The characters inhabit a patriarchal, unalterably hierarchal society, where class—and the chasms it creates—is front and center.
Nature has endowed him with a gentle, even, and unalterably good disposition; he is made up of good qualities.
This position I respectfully but unalterably decline to accept.
No; I am unalterably fixed on this point, though I have not yet quite decided on the manner of bringing it about.
The regiment was also a home, and as unalterably dear and precious as his parents' house.
She is really quite miserable; she has unalterably made up her mind.
He was, therefore, unalterably opposed to the admission of the new State.
He consulted a number of architects, only to find them unalterably opposed to the idea.
"I'm unalterably——" said Dink and stopped, as the rest was superfluous.
Or was it a disqualification that he was unalterably attached to the Church of England?