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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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Thus, some might assume that the factor ratios in a firm producing, say, chemical dyes are inalterably fixed by the chemical formula of the dyes.
Sirena's story reveals something about the hurricane narrative, as story and life quickly become inalterably intertwined.
Instead, as the diverse approaches nations have chosen shows, while Fukushima's impact has been global, it appears not to have inalterably reshaped the nuclear industry, much less nuclear energy policy.
So Judaism teaches us that the world is firmly and inalterably a good and G-dly world.
The stream of BBC broadcasting, after all--or so this devil's advocate argument would go--is an inalterably linear progression of sound that cannot be reversed and, at least through the period under discussion, can only rarely be retraversed.
After reading Wolfe, writes Conroy, "My course had been set inalterably and my prose was a flood plain for dizzying emanations from the snowy high slopes of a natural-born Wolfean.
Vincent further tells us that in his letter to Africa on this matter, Stephen "fixed and decreed" (sanxit) these words: "Let there be no innovation except what has been handed down." Important here is the Latin word sancio with its forceful meaning of "establish inalterably," indicating the authority with which the pope teaches.
And then they gave me news that would inalterably change my life.
Sharia is often viewed as immutable and inalterably regressive within the Western and largely secular world.
"It will be inalterably changed by the avalanche of information that would result from the opening up of the Internet in Cuba.
"Psychopaths do not appear different in kind from other people, or inalterably dangerous.
He then allowed that he wasn't inalterably opposed to the states compelling Congress to call a convention, but he would need his questions answered before deeming it advisable.
In little over 100 years, this waterscape of the arid West has been transformed as completely and inalterably as the landscape.
Thus, the system of international justice may appear on the surface to be impermissibly and inalterably tilted towards the prosecution.