When Zooey appeared to have difficulty in remembering something, his hesitation invariably interested all his brothers and sisters,
His ashes invariably fell into the tub water, either straightway or down one of the letter pages.
When I’m in town, I invariably sit talking by the hour with my old friend Yama, the God of Death, and a private phone’s a must for our little chats.
She almost invariably wore it throughout the apartment during the day.
And, oddly or no, Mrs. Glass invariably took this "tribute," when it came, in beautiful stride.
The ring of a telephone, any telephone, anywhere, invariably caused Mrs. Glass’s lips to tighten a bit.
In an instant, he turned pale—pale with anxiety for Franny’s condition, and pale, presumably, because failure had suddenly filled the room with its invariably sickening smell.
There was a Steinway grand piano (invariably kept open), three radios (a 1927 Freshman, a 1932 Stromberg-Carlson, and a 1941 R.C.A.), a twenty-one-inch-screen television set, four table-model phonographs (including a 1920 Victrola, with its speaker still mounted intact, topside), cigarette and magazine tables galore, a regulation-size ping-pong table (mercifully collapsed and stored behind the piano), four comfortable chairs, eight uncomfortable chairs, a twelve-gallon tropical-fish…
There are no more uses of "invariably" in the book.
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I tell myself to go to sleep early, but I invariably end up watching television late into the night.
You better tell her we’re starting earlier. She’s invariably late.