August 13, 2019
The second word I want to look at in this ‘wtf’ series is invariably.
I’m sure you’ve heard this one used plenty of times. But if you’re like me, it can kind of distract you from the main message as you internally try to decipher its context in the sentence.
What It Means
The meaning of invariably is pretty straightforward. It means in every case or on every occasion. You could also think of it as always or without exception.
Use It in a Sentence
With such a simple meaning, it shouldn’t be too challenging to use “invariably” in a sentence:
Eating right every day invariably makes you healthier.
If you take the time to practice your writing, you will invariably produce content that is more engaging.
Regardless of the subject, his advice was invariably sought when it came to content writing.
What You Can Use Instead
There are a bunch of different synonyms you can use instead of invariably. This seems like another case of some people trying to seem a little smarter than they actually are because the synonyms are a lot simpler to understand.
Some of the most common ones are:
Or, you can use the short phrases mentioned above in the definition.
I don’t think invariably is overly douchey when it comes to using big words, but like with all good communication, the simple way is usually the best way. So, if you aren’t sure, ditch invariably and use a word you know won’t break the trance.
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