The extent to which something is unchangeable(noun)
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Use "unchangeability" in a sentence
"No, this is not a paean to the "unchangeability" of national culture."
"But closer inspection reveals that Grosseteste thinks that true propositions about the future are necessary because they cannot become false prior to the obtaining of the state of affairs they are about; he has a limited unchangeability of truth in mind."