Definition of immutability in English:

immutability

Pronunciation /i(m)ˌmyo͞odəˈbilədē/ /ɪ(m)ˌmjudəˈbɪlədi/

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noun

See immutable

‘They often invoke the concept of divine immutability to oppose any change.’
  • ‘Lessing here is laying her own claim to immortality through the immutability of her creations.’
  • ‘At the same time, symbolic associations with the moon-goddesses, Diana, Phoebe and Cynthia, signified both England's sea-power and the Queen's immutability and continuing potency, despite her advancing age.’
  • ‘One might add other properties he accepted, such as homogeneity, immutability, and continuity, and probably impenetrability.’
  • ‘The backdrop of stars was perceived as representing God in its permanence and immutability; only the sublunar sphere encircling the earth was subject to change and decay.’