Definition of incommutable in English:

incommutable

Syllabification: in·com·mut·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌinkəˈmyo͞otəbəl
 
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adjective

Not capable of being changed or exchanged.
More example sentences
  • He has always known God's judgment to be immutable, incommutable.
  • As schizophrenics build their own universes, they do prefer an incommutable outside universe to build on.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin incommutabilis, from in- 'not' + commutabilis (see commutable).

Derivatives

incommutably

adverb
More example sentences
  • Therefore, it must be known, that God, existing incommutably always in Himself, is by means of His presence, power, and essence in every nature or essence without His own limitation.
  • Options weren't riskless, but they weren't incommutably dangerous, either.

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