in an unalterable and unchangeable manner

his views were unchangeably fixed

Syn: ↑unchangeably, ↑unassailably, ↑immutably
Derived from adjective: ↑immutable (for: ↑immutably), ↑unassailable (for: ↑unassailably), ↑unchangeable (for: ↑unchangeably), ↑unalterable

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