What is another word for unalterably?

39 synonyms found


[ ʌnˈɒltəɹəblɪ], [ ʌnˈɒltəɹəblɪ], [ ʌ_n_ˈɒ_l_t_ə_ɹ_ə_b_l_ɪ]

Synonyms for the word "unalterably" include irrevocably, immutably, permanently, fixedly, unwaveringly, resolutely, steadfastly, firmly, rigidly, unyieldingly, intransigently, and inexorably. These words indicate a sense of something that cannot be changed or altered, regardless of any attempts to do so. They are often used to describe ideas, beliefs, or principles that are deeply ingrained and difficult to challenge, or to describe events or situations that are inevitable or unchangeable. Whether used in a positive or negative context, these synonyms convey a sense of finality and absolute certainty that is unshakeable.

Related words: unalterable, inalterable, irrevocable, unchangeable, unchanged, unaltered

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    What are the hypernyms for Unalterably?

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    Usage examples for Unalterably

    Silas Wright, of New York, a typical Northern "dough-face" politician, gave exact expression to the "dough-face" sentiment, which induced Northern members to vote for the compromise, when he stated that he was unalterably opposed to the principle of the bill, but that on account of the attitude of South Carolina, and of the extreme desire which he had to remove all cause of discontent in that state, and in order to enable her again to become an affectionate member of the Union, he would vote for what was satisfactory to her, although repugnant to himself.
    "Thomas Hart Benton"
    Theodore Roosevelt
    I suppose I thought that I was unalterably in love with her.
    "From the Housetops"
    George Barr McCutcheon
    He thought upon his cousins, in whose lives their mother's life had seemed unalterably bound up.
    "A Dozen Ways Of Love"
    Lily Dougall

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