V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: not changing or unable to be changed

Synonyms: unchangeable, constant, unalterable, fixed, permanent, stable

Antonyms: changeable, mutable

Tips: Immutable has the same root as mutate, "to change." The negative prefix im-, "not," makes immutable mean "unchangeable."

Usage Examples:

Once my parents make a decision, it is immutable and they never change their minds. (constant, unalterable)

He's lived a long, hard life, and his views on the world are immutable at this point. (permanent, fixed, unalterable)

Some people regard the rules of English grammar and punctuation as an immutable, others view them as evolving. (constant, fixed)

The Constitution was not designed to be an immutable set of laws, but rather a rule of law that made the creation or changing of laws difficult. (constant, unchanging)

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