Unchangeable vs Constantly - What's the difference?

unchangeable | constantly |


As a adjective unchangeable

is not changeable; incapable of being changed or of changing; immutable.

As a noun unchangeable

is something that cannot be changed.

As a adverb constantly is

(archaic) with steadfastness; with resolve; in loyalty, faithfully.

unchangeable

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Not changeable; incapable of being changed or of changing; immutable.
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • Something that cannot be changed.
  • References

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    constantly

    English

    Alternative forms

    * constantlie * constauntly

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • (archaic) With steadfastness; with resolve; in loyalty, faithfully.
  • * , I.iv.1:
  • Agrippa and the rest of his weeping friends earnestly besought himnot to offer violence unto himself, ‘with a settled resolution he desired again they would approve of his good intent, and not seek to dehort him from it’; and so constantly died.
  • In a constant manner; occurring continuously; persistently.
  • (frequency) Recurring regularly.
  • I find that I am constantly reminding you to feed your pets.
  • In an unchangeable or invariable manner; in every case.