unmoved


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un·moved

 (ŭn-mo͞ovd′)
adj.
Emotionally unaffected: parents unmoved by their teenager's pleas for more money.

unmoved

(ʌnˈmuːvd)
adj
1. not affected emotionally
2. unchanged: share price remained unmoved.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmoved - emotionally unmoved; "always appeared completely unmoved and imperturbable"
unaffected - undergoing no change when acted upon; "entirely unaffected by each other's writings"; "fibers remained apparently unaffected by the treatment"
unemotional - unsusceptible to or destitute of or showing no emotion
moved, stirred, touched, affected - being excited or provoked to the expression of an emotion; "too moved to speak"; "very touched by the stranger's kindness"
2.unmoved - being in the original position; not having been moved; "the archeologists could date the vase because it was in-situ"; "an in-situ investigator"
unaltered, unchanged - remaining in an original state; "persisting unaltered through time"

unmoved

adjective
1. unaffected, indifferent, impassive, cold, untouched, unimpressed, unconcerned, unresponsive, unfeeling, dry-eyed, unstirred She carried on criticizing me in this vein, but I was unmoved.
unaffected moved, concerned, touched, affected, persuaded, impressed, stirred, swayed
2. inflexible, firm, resolute, determined, resolved, steadfast, unwavering, unshaken, undeviating She appealed to the authorities but they were unmoved.
inflexible flexible, adaptable, shaken, wavering
3. fast, firm, steady, in place, in position The great mound of cargo was unmoved.
fast shifted

unmoved

adjective
Translations
لا يَتأثَّر، لا يَتَحَرَّك
nedojatý
upåvirket
nem hatja meg
ósnortinn
nesujaudinamas
neaizkustinātsvienaldzīgs
nedojatý
duygulanmamışetkilenmemiş

unmoved

[ˈʌnˈmuːvd] ADJimpasible
to remain unmoved byseguir indiferente ante, permanecer impasible frente a
it leaves me unmovedno me conmueve, me deja frío

unmoved

[ʌnˈmuːvd] adj [person] → impassible
to remain unmoved by sth → rester de marbre face à qch

unmoved

adj personungerührt; they were unmoved by his playingsein Spiel(en) ergriff sie nicht; it leaves me unmoveddas (be)rührt mich nicht; he remained unmoved by her pleasihr Flehen ließ ihn kalt, ihr Flehen rührte or erweichte ihn nicht

unmoved

[ʌnˈmuːvd] adj unmoved (by)indifferente (a)

unmoved

(anˈmuːvd) adjective
not affected or moved in feelings, determination etc. He was unmoved by her tears.
References in classic literature ?
She was enchanted by her talent, and her voice and her face, but most of all by her manner, by the way Varenka obviously thought nothing of her singing and was quite unmoved by their praises.
She raised her eyes to my face, on being thus addressed, and her fingers plied their work, and she looked at me with an unmoved countenance.
Perhaps he loveth in thee the unmoved eye, and the look of eternity.
His heart must be harder than stone, that could look upon these unmoved.
But I descend from Space; the doors, you see, remain unmoved.
He must be a wretch who is unmoved at hearing such a story; how transporting then must be the thought of having happily acted a part in this scene
Behind these, the runner leaned against a tree, where he stood the close examination of the scout with an air unmoved, though with a look so dark and savage, that it might in itself excite fear.
He thought much during that journey and came to several conclusions, though his lips were unmoved.
Neither could I be wholly unmoved, after comparing the living with the dead, when I considered how all these pure native virtues were prostituted for a piece of money by their grand-children; who, in selling their votes and managing at elections, have acquired every vice and corruption that can possibly be learned in a court.
Monte Cristo remained as unmoved as if the reproach had not been addressed to him.
But the other, crafty and unmoved, nursing his shaven chin between the thumb and forefinger of his slim and treacherous hand, thinks deep within his heart full of guile: "Aha
Jotham's facial muscles were unmoved by this appeal and, his vocabulary being limited, he merely repeated: "I guess I'll go along back.