invariably
adverb Date: 1646 on every occasion ; always <
invariably late
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  • invariably — in*va ri*a*bly adv. Always; in every case. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • invariably — I adverb always, as a rule, changelessly, commonly, constantly, conventionally, customarily, faithfully, fixedly, frequently, generally, habitually, immutably, in all cases, in every instance, normally, ordinarily, perpetually, regularly,… …   Law dictionary

  • invariably — ► ADVERB ▪ always …   English terms dictionary

  • invariably — [[t]ɪnve͟əriəbli[/t]] ADV: ADV with v, ADV with cl/group If something invariably happens or is invariably true, it always happens or is always true. They almost invariably get it wrong... Their teamwork was invariably good... Invariably, he keeps …   English dictionary

  • invariably — in|var|i|a|bly [ınˈveəriəbli US ˈver ] adv if something invariably happens or is invariably true, it always happens or is true ▪ It invariably rains when I go there. ▪ The security guards were invariably ex servicemen …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • invariably — adverb if something invariably happens or is invariably true, it almost always happens or is true, so that you expect it: It invariably rains when I go there. | The security guards were invariably ex servicemen …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • invariably —    does not mean frequently or usually, as was intended here: Supersede is yet another word that is invariably misspelled [Chicago Tribune). It means fixed, constant, not subject to change in short, without variance. Night invariably follows day …   Dictionary of troublesome word

  • invariably — adv. Invariably is used with these adjectives: ↑fatal Invariably is used with these verbs: ↑lead …   Collocations dictionary

  • invariably — adverb Every time; always. Without change. He is invariably late for meetings …   Wiktionary

  • invariably — in|var|i|a|bly [ ın veriəbli ] adverb * always or almost always: Dolores was invariably late …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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