Definition of Invariability

1. Noun. A quality of uniformity and lack of variation.

Exact synonyms: Evenness
Generic synonyms: Regularity
Specialized synonyms: Smoothness
Attributes: Even, Uneven
Derivative terms: Even, Even, Invariable
Antonyms: Unevenness, Variability



2. Noun. The quality of being resistant to variation.
Exact synonyms: Invariableness, Invariance
Generic synonyms: Changelessness, Unchangeability, Unchangeableness, Unchangingness
Specialized synonyms: Unvariedness
Derivative terms: Invariable, Invariable, Invariant
Antonyms: Variability, Variableness

Definition of Invariability

1. n. The quality of being invariable; invariableness; constancy; uniformity.

Definition of Invariability

1. Noun. The quality of being invariable; invariableness; constancy; uniformity. ¹

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Definition of Invariability

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Literary usage of Invariability

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"The invariability of the Laws of Nature. WITH a full persuasion of the ancient doctrine of the invariability of the laws of Nature, I have endeavoured to ..."

2. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"The invariability of the Laws of Nature. WITH a full persuasion of the ancient doctrine of the invariability of the laws of Nature, I have endeavoured to ..."

3. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"The invariability of the Laws of Nature. WITH a full persuasion of the ancient doctrine of the invariability of the laws of Nature, I have endeavoured to ..."

4. System of Positive Polity by Auguste Comte (1877)
"... it is the sole condition of our attaining an adequate conviction of the great primary principle of invariability. For that principle will never admit of ..."

5. The Theory of Functions of a Real Variable and the Theory of Fourier's Series by Ernest William Hobson (1907)
"has the same value at all points in the neighbourhood; then the point x, is called a point of linear invariability of the function. ..."

6. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1888)
"DETERMINATION OF THE invariability or THE COEFFICIENTS OF EXPANSION OF BAILY'S METAL, OF JESSUP'S STEEL AND OF CHANCE AND SONS' GLASS BETWEEN THE LIMITS ..."

7. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"The invariability of the Laws of Nature. WITH a full persuasion of the ancient doctrine of the invariability of the laws of Nature, I have endeavoured to ..."

8. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"The invariability of the Laws of Nature. WITH a full persuasion of the ancient doctrine of the invariability of the laws of Nature, I have endeavoured to ..."

9. The Soul in Nature: With Supplementary Contributions by Hans Christian Ørsted, Leonard Horner, Joanna B. Horner (1852)
"The invariability of the Laws of Nature. WITH a full persuasion of the ancient doctrine of the invariability of the laws of Nature, I have endeavoured to ..."

10. System of Positive Polity by Auguste Comte (1877)
"... it is the sole condition of our attaining an adequate conviction of the great primary principle of invariability. For that principle will never admit of ..."

11. The Theory of Functions of a Real Variable and the Theory of Fourier's Series by Ernest William Hobson (1907)
"has the same value at all points in the neighbourhood; then the point x, is called a point of linear invariability of the function. ..."

12. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1888)
"DETERMINATION OF THE invariability or THE COEFFICIENTS OF EXPANSION OF BAILY'S METAL, OF JESSUP'S STEEL AND OF CHANCE AND SONS' GLASS BETWEEN THE LIMITS ..."

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