|unchangeable, unalterable, changeless, unchanging or unchangeable||immutable|
|according to an unchanging quality, at a particular part, at that place, away or aside, before long; secondary issue; draw, before that time, bye, differing in the amount of, during, from the hand of, from the mind of; with; on, gradually, in amounts o...||by|
|always occurring on the same date, building or land, fixed in place, cannot be moved; unchangeable, unalterable; unyielding, uncompromising, of fixed opinion, unable to be moved||immovable|
|ascending or descending in sequence, unchanging, repetitious; boring, tedious||monotonic|
|become rigid and unchanging, make calcareous; make rigid, make inflexible, turn hard with calcium, turn into lime||calcify|
|built using large blocks, in the form of a large stone block, large and unchanging, of a monolith, pertaining to a great stone or stone column||monolithic|
|caused by electrical interference, involving statics, involving stationary electric charges, motionless, stationary; unchanging; of or pertaining to static electricity; acting by weight alone (Physics), not needing to be refreshed, of forces not causin...||static|
|chaste, clear, complete, composed of single frequency, free from contamination, of unmixed ancestry, produced by constant inbreeding, pronounced with one unchanging sound, pronounced without another consonant, relating to theory, see also:applied, unco...||pure|
|chemical process for permanently curling hair, everlasting, enduring, perpetual; regular; fixed, invariable, unchanging||permanent|
|consistency between film or broadcast parts, consistent whole, continuousness, connectedness; unbroken succession, detailed script, seamlessness of narrative, spoken link in broadcasting, unchanging quality||continuity|
|constancy, unchangeable quality||invariability|
|constant quantity, fixed, unchanging, never changing||invariable|
|constant, never changing, unchanging amount (Mathematics), invariable, unchanging relationship||invariant|
|continuous; firm, steadfast, unmoving; faithful, ever present, happening or done repeatedly, not changing or varying, number with a fixed value (Mathematics), quantity with fixed value, something unchanging, unvarying property||constant|
|duration, not cut down, not flowing, permanent, status and reputation, reputation; duration, length of time; act of one who stands; place where one stands, upright, erect; done while in an upright position; unchanging, lasting; still, stationary, stagnant||standing|
|electric current whose direction and value are unchanging, see also:alternating current, unidirectional electrical current||direct current|
|firm, fixed, loyal, faithful; unchanging, steady, stedfast||steadfast|
|fixed in place, cannot be moved; unchangeable, unalterable; unyielding, uncompromising||immoveable|
|gist of meaning, material, material wealth, matter; essence, content; reality; body, consistency; wealth, practical value, something individual and caused, tangible physical matter, unchanging essence||substance|
|immobile, not moving, still; fixed in place, not movable; static, unchanging; settled, tending to stay in one place, staying in one place||stationary|
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