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invariably
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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Definition
never changing; or always the same
  • He would invariably entice Sunday's minister to stay through the day Monday, and teach his Monday class; the rest of the week, Mr. Scammon devoted to discussing with his students what the interesting guest had said.
    p. 119.5
  • "There's hope for you yet," my cousin invariably says to me, while my students are crowding into her messy, backstage dressing room— naturally, speechless with awe at the sight of Hester in her typically lewd dishevelment.
    p. 520.5

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