Origin of inalterable
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Examples from the Web for inalterable
But he was like a gleaming, bright pebble, something bright and inalterable.
Under all her illness, persisted a deep, inalterable knowledge.
In this connection he demonstrated his inalterable opposition to the extension of slavery.
The soft, gray lines rose up on each side of her, immemorial, inalterable lines of gentle land.The Second Fiddle
Is it your opinion that men's acts proceed from one central and unchanging and inalterable impulse, or from a variety of impulses?What Is Man? And Other Stories
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
- not alterable; unalterable