incommutable[in′kə myo̵̅o̅t′ə bəl]
Origin: Middle English from Classical Latin incommutabilis: see in- and amp; commutable
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- Not able to be exchanged one for another: a rare, incommutable skill.
- That cannot be altered: an incommutable death sentence.
- inˌcom·mutˌa·bilˈi·ty, inˌcom·mutˈa·ble·ness noun
- inˌcom·mutˈa·bly adverb