motionlessly


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.motionlessly - without moving; in a motionless manner; "he saw the black-haired man waiting motionlessly behind the opposite side of the platform"
References in classic literature ?
Fedallah was motionlessly leaning over the same rail.
He lay motionlessly for a space and sobbed out a breaking heart.
For some moments they listened minutely and motionlessly among the foliage, and ere long Joe seized Kenedy's hand as he heard a sort of rubbing sound against the bark of the tree.
Peg listened to the sermon, silently and motionlessly, until Mr.
The air-conditioned room had some tables and chairs, and the rest of it was filled with small windows and robotic officials wearing absentminded stares, moving their hands, heads, and lips almost motionlessly.
The incident took place in the early hours of morning at GE-ney belt highway where drivers who was moving bound to Mamak on a KarataE- Viaduct noticed a man was lying motionlessly just near the left lane of the highway and informed the police.
She makes the shiver sound motionlessly, with some effort.
They were lying on the ground motionlessly in a pool of their own blood, next to their Lexus car, and the pair stood over them as they continued their assault.
He'll test the air with his nose, stand motionlessly listening for danger, then verify visually before committing to a call.
not clear to them, they motionlessly look into your eyes.
The bird flew back to the desk, again motionlessly watching the man making little black squiggles on paper" (11).