Definition of Invariableness

1. Noun. The quality of being resistant to variation.

Exact synonyms: Invariability, Invariance
Generic synonyms: Changelessness, Unchangeability, Unchangeableness, Unchangingness
Specialized synonyms: Unvariedness
Derivative terms: Invariable, Invariable, Invariant
Antonyms: Variability, Variableness



Definition of Invariableness

1. Noun. The state of being invariable; constancy of state, condition, or quality; immutability; unchangeableness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Invariableness

invalidism
invalidisms
invalidities
invalidity
invalidly
invalidness
invalids
invalorous
invaluable
invaluableness
invaluably
invar
invariabilities
invariability
invariable
invariableness (current term)
invariables
invariably
invariance
invariances
invariant
invariant chain
invariant noun
invariant nouns
invariant section
invariant sections
invariant surface glycoprotein 100
invariantly
invariants
invars

Literary usage of Invariableness

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

1. Literary and Theological Review by Leonard Woods, Charles D. Pigeon (1835)
"... conclusions perfectly coincident with the dictates of holy writ. ART. III. invariableness OF THE DOCTRINES OF CHRISTIANITY AMIDST THE DIVERSITY OF ITS ..."

2. Morning Communings with God; Or, Devotional Mediations for Every Day in the Year by Christoph Christian Sturm, William Johnston (1847)
"The invariableness of God's Goodness. AMID the speedy and incessant flight of time, the progress ol which spurns even the shortest ..."

3. Christianity Against Infidelity: Or, the Truth of the Gospel History by Thomas Baldwin Thayer (1849)
"Now, as has just been shown, all we know of the invariableness of the laws of nature, excepting only that small portion which comes within our own personal ..."

4. Literary and Theological Review by Leonard Woods, Charles D. Pigeon (1835)
"... conclusions perfectly coincident with the dictates of holy writ. ART. III. invariableness OF THE DOCTRINES OF CHRISTIANITY AMIDST THE DIVERSITY OF ITS ..."

5. Morning Communings with God; Or, Devotional Mediations for Every Day in the Year by Christoph Christian Sturm, William Johnston (1847)
"The invariableness of God's Goodness. AMID the speedy and incessant flight of time, the progress ol which spurns even the shortest ..."

6. Christianity Against Infidelity: Or, the Truth of the Gospel History by Thomas Baldwin Thayer (1849)
"Now, as has just been shown, all we know of the invariableness of the laws of nature, excepting only that small portion which comes within our own personal ..."

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