Segregation felt permanent to Eddie Robinson, immutable, unchangeable.
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There were twenty different day names, which remained in an unchangeable order, and thirteen numbers.
But I do not "hate" an impassive, unchangeable temper, whether in a tree or in a man.
It rises above all vicissitude, and enjoys sweet converse with the unchangeable and eternal Source of all real good.
To determine beforehand by an unchangeable purpose or decree.
The other travellers were English people, all of one pattern, unchangeable, immovable.
Bravely defy all that is most venerable, and all that is most unchangeable.
"I see you are Dyson, unchanged and unchangeable," said Salisbury, slowly sipping his Chianti.
Some are warm, but volatile and inconstant; he was warm too, but steady and unchangeable.