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Immutable

[im-MYOO-də-bəl]

Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Middle English, 15th century

1.

Unchanging over time.

2.

Unable to be changed.

Examples of Immutable in a sentence

"The mission of the nonprofit has remained immutable since its founding."

"You can try to change his mind, but I think he's immutable."

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