in an unalterable and unchangeable manner;
"his views were unchangeably fixed"
- Only reefs stand alone immutably on the beach after a typhoon.
- It depends partly on both persons.And it is immutably fixed beforehand.There can be no final deception...
- In other words, the brain is not immutably "hardwired," and it may reorganize itself to better serve the organism and adapt to its changing internal and external environments.
- And on paper, in ethical theory and in poetic description, nothing was more immutably established than that every marriage is immoral which does not rest on mutual sexual love and really free agreement of husband and wife.
- and further, it is received unconsciously, not consciously.It depends partly on both persons.And it is immutably fixed beforehand.