unalterable


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incapable of changing or being modified

that cannot be revoked or undone

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not capable of being changed or altered

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remaining the same for indefinitely long times

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I have asserted, that true honour and true virtue are almost synonymous terms, and they are both founded on the unalterable rule of right, and the eternal fitness of things; to which an untruth being absolutely repugnant and contrary, it is certain that true honour cannot support an untruth.
If the latter, the refusal was to be expressed so delicately that it would be next best thing to acceptance, and he would go away, after kissing her hand, assuring her of his unalterable, life-long devotion.
The last lines of the letter assured her of my unalterable love, and entreated her to write to me before she left England.
can never rob you of my heart's unalterable fidelity, of my soul's unearthly devotion.
The letter shall certainly be burnt, if you believe it essential to the preservation of my regard; but, though we have both reason to think my opinions not entirely unalterable, they are not, I hope, quite so easily changed as that implies.
This Bill will provide certain agencies with real-time access to up-to-date and unalterable information to enable them to identify offenders and protect New Zealanders from harm.
Having attained finality, the decision is immutable and unalterable, and may no longer be modified in any respect,' the COA said.
I have spent 20 years of my life in Israeli jails, including the past 13 years, and these years have made me even more certain of this unalterable truth: the last day of occupation will be the first day of peace.
He urged that extremism in the region be dealt with uniformly in the same tone and manner by all Arab governments and parliaments and that it should be condemned with one unalterable voice.
It is an unalterable truth that prevention is better than cure because sometimes, it is too late for the latter.
Regardless of the cause, the lead author of the Science article, Ian Joughin of the University of Washington, suggests that the demise of the ice sheet is unalterable, and that even a return of the melt rate to prior levels would be "too little, too late .
Another wrote, "It is natural that a big-time hater like NOM would try to burn fast before its unalterable demise.
Trapped within a continuously inflating and deflating brown paper bag, which is hooked up to a motor, bellows, and respiration tubing, the sound of Portuondo's exhale is extended into ten thousand daily breaths, or inflations, per day, and 158 punctuating, soundless sighs: perpetual, unalterable.
The Emperor Britannicus Confronts Unalterable Events
All data measured is displayed both on the unit itself and on the tablet press 0r1 and becomes part of an unalterable batch record.