unmovable


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unmovable

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unmoveable

adj
obsolete incapable of being moved; immovable
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Adj.1.unmovable - not able or intended to be movedunmovable - not able or intended to be moved; "the immovable hills"
immobile - not capable of movement or of being moved
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unmovable

adjective
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The great empty hulls with swept holds, just out of dry-dock, with their paint glistening freshly, sat high-sided with ponderous dignity alongside the wooden jetties, looking more like unmovable buildings than things meant to go afloat; others, half loaded, far on the way to recover the true sea-physiognomy of a ship brought down to her load-line, looked more accessible.
It was the unmovable expression, the faded stare she used to see on the esplanade whenever walking by his side hand in hand she raised her eyes to his face--while she chattered, chattered.
But what is new is that Arab youth are now initiating revolutions to topple repressive Arab regimes that had seemed unmovable. It seems this new Arab generation is not haunted by the memories of defeat that haunt previous generations, whether it be the failure to liberate Palestine, prevent the American occupation of Iraq or stand up to dictators.
The game pits an unstoppable force against an unmovable object.
If you know me, you will know that this is a pillar in my calendar, an unmovable feast around which everything revolves, and that I am prone to constant insider leaks about...
"The 12th Man aims to show the spiritual beliefs, hopes, loyalties and unmovable support that comes from the twelfth men and women of each team."
Having established that the top of the bus crumbled like cardboard and that the solid masonry of the brick bridge was unmovable, it became perfectly feasible to get the trains moving, albeit slowed, over the bridge.
The piano David plans to use on the recording is declared unmovable.
The main problem stemmed from the fact that Evans, then chief executive and director of rugby, viewed Horstmann as an out-and-out No 8 and incumbent Diprose as unmovable.
In the end we had our own virtually unmovable obstacle in defence - the Gabbidon Mark I.
The enemy in one direction, an unmovable body of water in the other.