One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It is the unalterableness of our union to Christ which does secure our salvation, yet our own diligent endeavour is such an indispensable means to that end that without it our salvation will not be brought about.’
- ‘In every line Hall betrays himself as an old Tory of the ‘twenties, fixed in his belief, and convinced of the perfection and unalterableness of the British Constitution.’
- ‘There is an expectation of unalterableness associated with a place.’
- ‘And from this you may learn the unalterableness of your heavenly happiness.’
- ‘Our minds get tricks and attitudes as our bodies do, thought Harold, and age stiffens them into unalterableness.’
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