Definition of unalterable in English:

unalterable

Syllabification: un·al·ter·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈôlt(ə)rəbəl
 
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adjective

Not able to be changed.
More example sentences
  • This is the simple and unalterable truth that it is not in the economic interests of any of the G8 countries to do anything which might place the fate of Africa in the hands of Africans themselves.
  • It is an unalterable truth of presidential politics that the story line is never fixed and yesterday's chump is often tomorrow's champion.
  • Rather, its power stems from the unalterable truth that to the victor goes a disproportionate amount of media attention.

Derivatives

unalterableness

noun
More example sentences
  • And from this you may learn the unalterableness of your heavenly happiness.
  • In every line Hall betrays himself as an old Tory of the ‘twenties, fixed in his belief, and convinced of the perfection and unalterableness of the British Constitution.
  • There is an expectation of unalterableness associated with a place.

unalterably

adverb
More example sentences
  • A hash is taken of the nub which was just loaded, and the 160-bit hash is stored unalterably in the PCR, and remains there for as long as the system continues to operate in trusted mode.
  • While unfortunate, this illustrated the danger of dependency on others - kind of like how we're currently dependent and seemingly unalterably tied to the United States economy.
  • I am unalterably opposed to the concept of ‘republican lite’.

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