Definition of Invariabilities
1. invariability [n] - See also: invariability
Lexicographical Neighbors of Invariabilities
Literary usage of Invariabilities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Logic by Alexander Bain (1870)
"Some of the invariabilities of vegetable and animal growth may be proved, ... Such invariabilities are part of the difficulty of causal elimination. ..."
2. The Contemporary Review (1876)
"... graduated in memory of repeated experiments, and in accurate consciousness of present power. H" Go talk of your eternal conservation, invariabilities, ..."
3. The British Quarterly Review by Robert Vaughan, Henry Allon (1878)
"... and invariabilities, and inflexible and immutable laws for all phenomena, as though they could thus a priori determine the impossibility of miracles, ..."
4. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1871)
"... fixed the conditions of sequence, and arranged their variabilities and their invariabilities, though striven hard against is, and must be, ..."
5. Outlines of Analogical Philosophy: Being a Primary View of the Principles by George Field (1839)
"... and so it is throughout the astronomical universe: there are no invariabilities among the works of nature, the whole of which is a regular system of ..."
6. The Mystery of Miracles: A Scientific and Philosophical Investigation by Joseph William Reynolds (1881)
"... over physical force you so adjust natural things as to obtain the desired result. Men may talk to you about " eternal conservations, invariabilities, ..."
7. The Rediscovered Country by Stewart Edward White (1915)
"We are dealing with tendencies, not hard and fast invariabilities. If protective coloration always worked, the beasts would be always invisible. ..."