use inveterately in a sentence.
I knew what I was about, for I was aware of a little weakness of his, and of a little private sinning of which he was regularly and inveterately guilty.
During the Cold War thinkers such as Jeane Kirkpatrick made the crucial distinction between autocratic regimes that were capable of a gradual process of reform and much more repressive totalitarian ones that were not—and were also inveterately hostile to the U.S.
Brazil is so inveterately racist that it has never even needed racist laws to keep its black people in their totally low position.
Now Brown, the inveterately youthful veteran pol, who is much more like the ancient yet ever regenerated and mischievous Doctor in Doctor Who than the wizened wizard Gandalf of the ponderous Lord of the Rings,has a massive crisis of governance on his hands.
Creatures inveterately wrong in their inductions have a pathetic, but praiseworthy, tendency to die before reproducing their kind eric replied to comment from Jeffrey Shallit