unmoving


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un·mov·ing

 (ŭn-mo͞o′vĭng)
adj.
1. Not moving; motionless: hands unmoving at his sides; unmoving traffic.
2. Not affecting the emotions: a tedious, unmoving sermon.

unmoving

(ʌnˈmuːvɪŋ)
adj
1. not in motion: the unmoving sea.
2. still or constant: an invisible but unmoving point.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmoving - not in motionunmoving - not in motion        
immobile - not capable of movement or of being moved
2.unmoving - not arousing emotionsunmoving - not arousing emotions    
unemotional - unsusceptible to or destitute of or showing no emotion
unexciting, unstimulating - not stimulating
moving - arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion; "she laid her case of destitution before him in a very moving letter"- N. Hawthorne

unmoving

adjective
Translations

unmoving

[ˈʌnˈmuːvɪŋ] ADJinmóvil

unmoving

adjregungslos
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Feeling too intensely, too mentally, to be conscious of them she sat unmoving as they rolled one by one down her cheeks and dropped unheeded.
He put his hands on the Professor's shoulder, and laying his head on his breast, cried for a while silently, whilst we stood unmoving.
But greater than that, to the wolf-cub, was their mastery over things not alive; their capacity to communicate motion to unmoving things; their capacity to change the very face of the world.
Or you're by the board of departures and arrivals when the trains are unmoving in the station at dead of night and those alive have given up.
Whenever I read rants online about the daily monstrous traffic others have to go through to get to work and back, I let out a sigh of relief: by comparison, the neighbors' occasional videoke singing in my low-rent hood is certainly less annoying (and arguably less deadly) than being stuck in unmoving traffic for three hours almost every day!
He said he did not mean to kill her, and when he found her lying on the bed unmoving, he instantly called the ambulance and police.
Towards the end of the clip, a bystander walked toward the unmoving bodies.
It must be a serenely unruffled sea, for its surface is flat and unmoving (suggesting, perhaps, that Lundeberg is not exactly "moved" by it).
In the early hours of March 20 a motorist spotted an overturned car and a woman's unmoving body about 10 metres away.
Yo u ' l l have seen people watching the telly, unmoving for either.
He would show all the grace and balance of a dancer or martial artist as he hopped on and off the cars, to stand unmoving and utterly unsupported, with flares and curly locks flapping romantically.
Nothing disturbs this figure, eventually he will hold this silent, unmoving position for 90 minutes in spite of the fact that a constant stream of rice will pour down continually on his shaven head.