[ UK /ɪmjˈuːtəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌɪmˈjutəbəɫ/ ]
  1. not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature
    the view of that time was that all species were immutable, created by God
  2. constant and unchanging
    the immutable laws of nature
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How To Use immutable In A Sentence

  • But if it shall be otherwise -- if they stubbornly, sullenly persist in cherishing and manifesting the spirit of treason, making their motto to read, Bound, but not broken, then let the severities of immutable justice be meted out to them: let them die the death. A Discourse on the Death of Abraham Lincoln
  • Thus to this congregation of excellent, undeceiving refuge, we pray that by the power of this prayer expressed from a heart filled with fervent devotion and humility, may the body, speech and mind of the sole of the Land of Snows, the supreme Ngawang Lobsang Tenzin Gyatso, be indestructible, unfluctuating and unceasing; may he live immutable for a hundred aeons, seated on a diamond throne, transcending decay and destruction. The Long Life Prayer for the 14th Dalai Lama
  • This does a disservice to the immutable laws of the universe (many of them strange and counterintuitive). Times, Sunday Times
  • Page 340, footnote 3. _idem etiam_, etc.: he says also that Jupiter is the power of this law, eternal and immutable, which is the guide, so to speak, of our life and the principle of our duties; a law which he calls a fatal necessity, an eternal truth of future things. Social life at Rome in the Age of Cicero
  • This works as an immutable law of cause and effect. Dictionary of Mind, Body and Spirit
  • And there will be more immutable laws of branding. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING
  • I don't happen to believe that gender is an immutable, inherent quality: rather, it is a performed series of behaviours, with accompanying emotions and cathexes, with which, for unknown reasons, a handful of people from the "opposite" sex identify. Another human target for conservatives
  • Both organisations forgot the immutable law about things and people that are too good to be true. Times, Sunday Times
  • “The crucial test for the solution of all these intricate problems which confront and challenge our ingenuity is the sheer and forceful application of those immutable laws which down the corridor of time have always guided the hand of man, groping as it were for some faint beacon of light for his hopes and aspirations.” McCain and Obama Court Hispanic Voters - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • The men benefit from a similar freedom to remake themselves outside masculinist stereotypes thus showing that the roles ascribed by any culture to beasts, men, and women are not fixed and immutable but open to negotiation.
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