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immutable (adjective), more immutable, most immutable
Pertaining to conditions that can't be changed, and so they are stable, permanent, or perpetual: Unfortunately, there are many immutable things in this world that all of us must learn to live with whether we like them or not.

All societies have people with immutable habits which can cause problems when their leaders want to make changes that could improve the equality of life for everyone.

Conveying a situation that is not changeable.
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Descriptive of being unchangeable but permanent.
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A reference to being incapable of change.
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