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mo·tion·less

 (mō′shən-lĭs)
adj.
Having or making no motion.

mo′tion·less·ly adv.
mo′tion·less·ness n.

motionless

(ˈməʊʃənlɪs)
adj
not moving; absolutely still
ˈmotionlessly adv
ˈmotionlessness n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.motionless - not in physical motion; "the inertia of an object at rest"
nonmoving, unmoving - not in motion

motionless

motionless

adjective
Translations
بلا حِراك، ساكِن، عَديم الحَرَكَهسَاكِنٌ
nehybný
ubevægelig
liikkumaton
nepomičan
hreyfingarlaus
動かない
가만히 있는
orörlig
ไม่มีการเคลื่อนไหว
bất động

motionless

[ˈməʊʃənlɪs] ADJinmóvil
to remain motionlesspermanecer inmóvil, permanecer sin moverse

motionless

[ˈməʊʃənləs] adj [sit, stand, lie, remain] → immobile
to remain motionless → rester immobilemotion of censure n (PARLIAMENT)motion f de censuremotion picture nfilm mmotion sickness nmal m des transports

motionless

[ˈməʊʃnlɪs] adjimmobile

motion

(ˈməuʃən) noun
1. the act or state of moving. the motion of the planets; He lost the power of motion.
2. a single movement or gesture. He summoned the waiter with a motion of the hand.
3. a proposal put before a meeting. She was asked to speak against the motion in the debate.
verb
to make a movement or sign eg directing a person or telling him to do something. He motioned (to) her to come nearer.
ˈmotionless adjective
not moving. a motionless figure.
motion picture
a cinema film.
in motion
moving. Don't jump on the bus while it is in motion.

motionless

سَاكِنٌ nehybný ubevægelig bewegungslos ακίνητος inmóvil liikkumaton statique nepomičan immobile 動かない 가만히 있는 bewegingloos ubevegelig unieruchomiony imóvel неподвижный orörlig ไม่มีการเคลื่อนไหว hareketsiz bất động 不动的

motionless

a. sin movimiento, inmóvil.
References in classic literature ?
At last, some time before I stopped, the sun, red and very large, halted motionless upon the horizon, a vast dome glowing with a dull heat, and now and then suffering a momentary extinction.
The tall masts are the pillars supporting the balanced planes that, motionless and silent, catch from the air the ship's motive-power, as it were a gift from Heaven vouchsafed to the audacity of man; and it is the ship's tall spars, stripped and shorn of their white glory, that incline themselves before the anger of the clouded heaven.
Straight ahead, now, the little dog dashed madly; and it was not long before Pollyanna came upon the reason for it all: a man lying motionless at the foot of a steep, overhanging mass of rock a few yards from the side path.
She was sitting on some bundles a little behind the old woman, and looked from under her long lashes with motionless, large, almond-shaped eyes at the ground before her.
Having stumbled back to the sledge Vasili Andreevich caught hold of it and for a long time stood motionless, trying to calm himself and recover his breath.
But as soon as they realized that the huge log was motionless, they swam again to the top of the water, dismissed their fears, climbed up, and began squatting on it in contempt.
Now there is a roar of fire and the flames are bearing down upon her motionless figure.
Stupefaction more than fear made us dumb and motionless.
But before the doctor and the father could reach the room, the servants who were on the same floor had entered, and seeing Valentine pale and motionless on her bed, they lifted up their hands towards heaven and stood transfixed, as though struck by lightening.
Half an hour later the balloon hung motionless about two hundred feet from the ground.
But scarcely half an hour after the sail had been hoisted, the rowers became inactive, reclining on their benches, and, making an eye-shade with their hands, pointed out to each other a white spot which appeared on the horizon as motionless as a gull rocked by the viewless respiration of the waves.
On the floor there lay a rag doll, but she was not playing with it as, motionless, she stood there with her finger to her lips.