not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature
"the view of that time was that all species were immutable, created by God"
Something that cannot be changed.
Unable to be changed without exception.
The government has enacted an immutable law.
Not able to be altered in the memory after its value is set initially, such as a constant.
not mutable; not capable or susceptible of change; unchangeable; unalterable
Etymology: [L. immutabilis; pref. im- not + mutabilis mutable. See Mutable.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
im-mūt′a-bl, adj. unchangeable.—ns. Immutabil′ity, Immūt′ableness, unchangeableness.—adv. Immūt′ably.
The numerical value of immutable in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of immutable in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Number is the Word but is not utterance it is wave and light, though no one sees it it is rhythm and music, though no one hears it. Its variations are limitless and yet it is immutable. Each form of life is a particular reverberation of Number.
From our earliest hour we have been taught that the thought of the heart, the shaping of the rain-cloud, the amount of wool that grows on a sheep's back, the length of a drought, and the growing of the corn, depend on nothing that moves immutable, at the heart of all things; but on the changeable will of a changeable being, whom our prayers can alter. To us, from the beginning, Nature has been but a poor plastic thing, to be toyed with this way or that, as man happens to please his deity or not; to go to church or not; to say his prayers right or not; to travel on a Sunday or not. Was it possible for us in an instant to see Nature as she is --the flowing vestment of an unchanging reality?
When over long periods of human history I scrutinized the activity of the Jewish people, suddenly there arose up in me the fearful question whether inscrutable Destiny, perhaps for reasons unknown to us poor mortals, did not, with eternal and immutable resolve, desire the final victory of this little nation.
It means that it will be harder today than it was seven months ago for the United States and our diplomats to convince other nations to pursue democracy, it means that it will be harder for all of us to convince our children and our grandchildren that democracy stands as the immutable foundation of this nation. It means that we are now all fearful about the next attack in a way that we never were.
Claims that bans on critical race theory prohibit ‘teaching about racism in schools’ are factually inaccurate - and that's not, in fact, what parents or legislators oppose at all, people object to the rampant discrimination taking place in America's schools that treat children differently on the basis of immutable characteristics such as race and gender – which is something that all Americans should oppose, because to do so is both immoral and unconstitutional.
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