Definition of invariability in English:

invariability

noun

See invariable

  • ‘Science does not rest for us on sure foundations unless the invariability of the laws of nature is admitted.’
  • ‘Initially sympathetic commentators lose patience with him when they view his work in its cumulative invariability.’
  • ‘So just as numbering before and after in change produces the notion of time, so awareness of invariability in something altogether free from change produces the notion of eternity.’
  • ‘There was a strong relationship between this individual invariability in suppressing memory and the degree of brain activation.’
  • ‘It turns out you don't know them at all because orang-utans show incredible invariability across their range.’

Pronunciation

invariability

/ɪnvɛːrɪəˈbɪlɪti/