- not capable of being altered, changed, or modified.
Origin of unalterable
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Related Wordsregularly, customarily, always, constantly, habitually, firmly, obstinately, unalterably
Examples from the Web for unalterably
The characters inhabit a patriarchal, unalterably hierarchal society, where class—and the chasms it creates—is front and center.Khaled Hosseini’s Favorite Story Collections
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He was, therefore, unalterably opposed to the admission of the new State.
Well, I most decidedly and unalterably object, Professor Simec.
This position I respectfully but unalterably decline to accept.A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2
The regiment was also a home, and as unalterably dear and precious as his parents' house.War and Peace
"I'm unalterably——" said Dink and stopped, as the rest was superfluous.The Varmint
- (of a condition, truth, etc) unable to be changed or altered
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Word Origin and History for unalterably
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