Immutable in a sentence

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Meaning: [adjective] unchanging; permanent ;

The sporting calendar is immutable, whatever the weather.

There is no single, immutable definition of family.

We never question what he says and regard that as an immutablefact.

God is immutable and completely independent of His creation.

The decision we took in the meeting should not be seen as immutable. We can change it when necessary.

Religions are viewed as idiosyncratic expressions of immutable and eternal values.

Certain principles have remained relatively immutable in our jurisprudence.

It is celebrated in the school and considered immutable.

There is no longer an immutable truth, therefore no fixed dogma.