unchangeably

ADVERB
  1. in an unalterable and unchangeable manner
    his views were unchangeably fixed
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How To Use unchangeably In A Sentence

  • The noun, according to the same authority, denotes the act of decreeing or foreordaining events; the act of God, by which He hath from eternity unchangeably appointed or determined whatsoever comes to pass. The Doctrines of Predestination, Reprobation, and Election
  • It aims unchangeably at popularizing the knowledge in natural science and improving people's scientific accomplishment.
  • The lake has unchangeably remained the center of attraction for the people world over-but has unfortunately lost its pristine glory over the years due to the ceaseless encroachments of the avaricious residents.
  • I have a few friends from Sri Lanka, and it always disheartens me to listen to them talk about the situation being unchangeably bad there. Guest post 20 – Mihirini de Zoysa on the I Can project in Sri Lanka « Ken Wilson's Blog
  • There is in the minds of unregenerate persons a moral impotency, which is reflected on them greatly from the will and affections, whence the mind never will receive spiritual things, -- that is, it will always and unchangeably reject and refuse them, -- and that because of various lusts, corruptions, and prejudices invincibly fixed in them, causing them to look on them as foolishness. Pneumatologia
  • Since these events are foreknown, they are fixed and settled things; and nothing can have fixed and settled them except the good pleasure of God, — the great first cause, — freely and unchangeably foreordaining whatever comes to pass. The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination
  • The poem is ‘a Renaissance jewel, beautiful but (compared to Hamlet) troublingly unvoiced, relatively toneless, unchangeably small.’
  • By union with his person, that flesh participates in the divine nature and by this communion becomes unchangeably God; not only by the operation of divine grace, as was the case with the prophets, but by the coming of grace himself.
  • Unfortunately, yet more evidence that Christianity is irrevocably tied, unchangeably, to its 2000 year old origins.
  • That's the silly thing about identity systems, their content is meaningless unless identity is assigned unambiguously and unchangeably at the moment of birth!
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