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immutable
used in Moby Dick

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Definition
not subject or susceptible to change
  • This whole act's immutably decreed.
    Chapters 133-135 -- The Chase--First Day; The Chase--Second Day; The Chase--Third Day (57% in)
immutably = in a manner that is not subject or susceptible to change
  • Still, for all this immutableness, was there some lack of common consistency about worthy Captain Peleg.
    Chapters 16-18 -- The Ship; The Ramadan; His Mark (30% in)
  • For the most part, in this tropic whaling life, a sublime uneventfulness invests you; you hear no news; read no gazettes; extras with startling accounts of commonplaces never delude you into unnecessary excitements; you hear of no domestic afflictions; bankrupt securities; fall of stocks; are never troubled with the thought of what you shall have for dinner—for all your meals for three years and more are snugly stowed in casks, and your bill of fare is immutable.
    Chapters 34-36 -- The Cabin-Table; The Mast-Head; The Qarter-Deck--Ahab and all (42% in)

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