unmovably

unmovably

or

unmoveably

adv
obsolete immovably
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One side of the cantilever is anchored with help of unmovably fixing bracket and the other side is suspended to the gravity.
(On Russia, however, he appears unmovably unmoved.)
In addition, Charles's commitment to toleration for Catholics continually raised the suspicions of his Anglican churchmen.(93) Much royal policy during these years aimed to maintain support among nonconformists for such Erastian measures as this; the established church was unmovably hostile.