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invariably
used in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

4 uses
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Definition
never changing; or always the same
  • So accustomed was I to his invariable success that the very possibility of his failing had ceased to enter into my head.
    Adventure I — A Scandal in Bohemia (43% in)
  • Singularity is almost invariably a clue.
    Adventure IV — The Boscombe Valley Mystery (5% in)
  • There was one singular exception, however, for he had a single room, a lumber-room up among the attics, which was invariably locked, and which he would never permit either me or anyone else to enter.
    Adventure V — The Five Orange Pips (21% in)
  • A door which faced that which led into the quarters of the Tollers opened into this suite, but it was invariably locked.
    Adventure XII — The Adventure of the Copper Beeches (66% in)

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