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Unmovable

adjective
1.
Not able or intended to be moved.  Synonyms: immovable, immoveable, stabile.






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"Unmovable" Quotes from Famous Books



... holding a pistol pointed upwards. In the background stands Beauchamp, in an attitude expressive of intense anxiety. Having reached the ceiling, the curtain slowly commences to descend. As it does so, Bloxam's pistol is discharged in the air, and the performers remain unmovable till once more masked from ...
— Belles and Ringers • Hawley Smart

... was read, the Syracusans were not, as they should have been, transported with admiration at the unmovable constancy and magnanimity of Dion, who withstood all his dearest interests to be true to virtue and justice, but, on the contrary, they saw in this their reason for fearing and suspecting that he lay ...
— Plutarch's Lives • A.H. Clough



Words linked to "Unmovable" :   immobile, stabile, immoveable



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