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invariably
used in In Cold Blood

4 uses
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Definition
never changing; or always the same
  • "Tell," said Susan, who invariably launched a telephone session this command.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (24% in)
  • Nancy was invariably the last of the family to retire; as she had once informed her friend and home-economics teacher, Mrs. Polly Stringer, the midnight hours were her "time to be selfish and vain."
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (75% in)
  • It was a photograph that invariably transfixed Mrs. Johnson.
    3 — Answer (27% in)
  • Having cruised Main Street, they invariably turn the corner at Main and Grant, then lope along toward Courthouse Square, another of their hunting grounds-and a highly promising one on the afternoon of Wednesday, January 6, for the area swarmed with Finney County vehicles that had brought to town part of the crowd populating the square.
    3 — Answer (98% in)

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