unmovable

ADJECTIVE
  1. not able or intended to be moved
    the immovable hills
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How To Use unmovable In A Sentence

  • And falling into a place where two seas met, they ran the ship aground; and the forepart stuck fast, and remained unmovable, but the hinder part was broken with the violence of the waves. The Dor�� Gallery of Bible Illustrations
  • Most of us view volcanoes as static sentinels: bastions of strength and rigidity that are unmoving and unmovable.
  • He preferred the vanity and vexation to the silence and unmovableness of the grave.
  • Despite requests to ease the price, they were unmovable. The Sun
  • At last he allowed himself to go forward and lay both hands lovingly on solid, massive, unmovable machining.
  • He pledged that ministers, governors and other senior officials would have to declare their 'moveable and unmovable assets'. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her wrists were unmovable because the rope was so tight.
  • A stone sits unmovable , a satellite bends with gravity, history moves beyond the past, a great person walks humbly.
  • Being willing to play in ambiguity is much more fun and interesting than coming to a firm and unmovable decision. Moral Universes « Tales from the Reading Room
  • Opening on an amazingly lifelike set, this play, set in two semi-detached houses featured the new trendies on one side, and the old unmovable on the other.
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