immobility

[ im-oh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF immobility

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMOBILITY

Garson relaxed his immobility, and a little color crept into his cheeks.

He listened in a stillness of dread which resembled the immobility of profound attention.

And after the striking of the blow, this respectability was continued in immobility and silence.

Her cheeks were blanched, her lips ashy, her immobility amazing.

They strained to catch some interruption of the silence and immobility of nature.

After that came a brief period, measured by seconds, of immobility.

In a moment while he stood shocked into immobility, the cave was a tiny cell.

Now how can we create this quality of immobility in the laws?

He raised his hand, he too, to declare the immobility of the earth.

Voices broke off in mid-sentence and bodies froze into immobility.

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