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Not changed; unaltered:‘an unchanged side for tonight's home game’
fixed, established, hard and fast, determined, predetermined, arranged, prearranged, prescribed, scheduled, specified, defined, appointed, decided, agreedView synonyms
- ‘They might have won their seats as new Labour, but their views have remained fundamentally unchanged.’
- ‘Many such corporations are registered with Network Solutions, and this policy is unchanged.’
- ‘The rest of the committee and officers remain unchanged and they are prepared to carry on for another year, at least.’
- ‘Maintaining these blocs rigid and unchanged was the key to peace and security.’
- ‘Many now predict the Fed will leave rates unchanged through the summer.’
- ‘But both men believe the spirit of the schools remains unchanged and have high hopes for the future.’
- ‘These would restrict development, ensuring the character of the areas remained unchanged.’
- ‘He then resigned two years early, leaving the Conservative election procedures unchanged.’
- ‘He predicted that New York would survive the attacks virtually unchanged.’
- ‘The merged body does not have new powers and leaves the existing statutory basis of regulation unchanged.’
- ‘She said that US policy on negotiating with terrorists would remain unchanged.’
- ‘The ancient French towns such as Beynac seem unchanged by the centuries.’
- ‘Principle features such as the entrance foyer, upper lobby and auditorium would be left unchanged.’
- ‘City's current home kit, launched at the start of this season, will remain unchanged for next season.’
- ‘Luxembourg's airport is unchanged since the 1970s and it's fabulous because of it.’
- ‘Commendably, the friendly demeanour he displayed on that Perth range in January was unchanged.’
- ‘Having praised the performance at Anfield, Allardyce will be tempted to name an unchanged side.’
- ‘The cattle sector seems relatively unchanged, with clean cattle still relatively easy to place.’
- ‘Lying in her bedroom, Christiane looks out on a seemingly unchanged world.’
- ‘Just send the same unchanged letter to every company and be sure to ask us about job opportunities at some other company.’
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