Examples of invariably in a Sentence
their slacker son invariably gives the same response to the questions about his career plans
Recent Examples of invariably from the Web
When tragedy strikes, criminals invariably prey on people's best intentions.
Non-comedy writers speaking off the cuff invariably prove funnier than Franken is on the cuff.
What invariably sets one magic show apart from the other are the magicians themselves and the variations on the forms that can often lead to genuine surprises.
Nevertheless, those many uncounted heads invariably need conductors to play the role of the metronome, and Mensch has gladly become the beat that leads this sordid fray.
Almost invariably, the authors argue, populists promise to relieve the stresses caused by institutional constraints.
And, in a stark landscape of black rock and white ice, people who spend time here invariably develop a fondness for costumes.
Invariably, there would be nothing, which would only fuel Ted’s theory that the Colonel was simply out to get him.
Invariably their promises to unveil and rally around those ideas never materialized while Obama was in office, and are now withering under first contact with reality.
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First Known Use of invariably
Synonymsaye (also ay), consistently, constantly, continually, ever, forever, incessantly, always, night and day, perpetually, unfailingly
Related Wordscommonly, frequently, oft, often, oftentimes (or ofttimes), recurrently, repeatedly; continuously, steadily, uninterruptedly, unremittingly; dependably, generally, habitually, normally, ordinarily, regularly, routinely, typically, usually; inevitably; eternally, everlastingly
Near Antonymsintermittently, occasionally, periodically, sometimes, sporadically; infrequently, rarely, seldom, unusually; variously
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