Definition of inalterably in English:

inalterably

Pronunciation /ɪnˈɒlt(ə)rəbli//ɪnˈɔːlt(ə)rəbli/

adverb

  • See inalterable

    • ‘But this isn't just a matter of a carefree spirit oppressed by the inalterably closed minds of a tight-knit, traditional community.’
    • ‘Antoine tries to catch up with his wife at the station but is too late, leading to another bar detour and an encounter with a morose young man who inalterably changes the lives of the unhappily married couple.’
    • ‘The record spins slowly, wobbling on the turntable, emitting crackly waves of virtually unrecognizable music, the melodies inalterably splintered and the rhythms disrupted.’
    • ‘And for those of us (a dwindling band) who as journalists covered the two conclaves that year, the memories are etched inalterably in our minds.’
    • ‘We've not only introduced new animals and plants, but we've also inalterably paved and built on vast expanses of former wilderness.’

Pronunciation

inalterably

/ɪnˈɒlt(ə)rəbli//ɪnˈɔːlt(ə)rəbli/