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Synonyms for inalterable

incapable of changing or being modified

Synonyms for inalterable

not capable of being changed or altered


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Whatever the ultimate duration of Hume's stay in a young offenders' centre, his five-year sentence will change his life inalterably.
Wearing a black leather jacket and a black ball cap, Hamilton on Monday seemed remarkably relaxed for someone whose life has just changed inalterably.
But that process of resolution can be easily undermined or inalterably complicated if there is an illegal reprisal.
We are inalterably committed to working at all levels--national, regional, and global--to ensure that the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration are protected and respected.
The reports of his trial, conviction, and execution stand against him as inalterably as the crime presumes to speak in his favour.
Peterson is inalterably opposed to any effort to cut support for farmers, and claims that that farmers did not contribute to the budget shortfall.
beer market, as everyone strives to do business in a landscape that has been inalterably changed.
In short, is rendition a practice reluctantly allowed by the philosophy of Machiavelli but inalterably opposed by the idealism of Kennan, or a contemporary practice necessitated by circumstances that transcend traditional ethical theories?
It would be the cru-ellest coincidence of Chapman's life that the man who would so inalterably damage her existence lived down the street.
By that point, however, much of the district's housing stock had been inalterably transformed and irretrievably worn down by the masses of humanity it had been made to shelter.
They are in the same position, in need of each other but inalterably separated.
It is a figure for the ghostly process of memory itself, the way the past shadows the present, inalterably different yet inextricably entangled.
8) Indeed, it was something of a matter of faith in many city forces that citizens were inalterably opposed to the police, and therefore would never cooperate regardless of what the police did.
The compass bearing was inalterably set for a secular republic, where religion could not be abolished or ever be lawfully established.
History is deposited permanently, but not inalterably, as personality structure.