immovable

[ ih-moo-vuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF immovable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMMOVABLE

His grasp did not bruise, it did not seem to be tight; but the hand that held it was immovable.

The government of Sir Robert Peel was believed to be of immovable strength.

Her eyes gleamed in the shadow of the cab straight ahead, immovable.

But your papa was immovable, and was angry at your mamma and mine upon it.

Betty tried to shake the window bars, but they were immovable.

He might vary in the expression of his belief, but the belief itself was as immovable as the mountains.

"Grazie, Giuseppe," said the Marchesino, with an immovable countenance.

Their countenances are for the most inflexible, stern and immovable.

They forget, also, that nationality is not a fixed and immovable quantity.

The bricks were solid, immovable, the cemented joints firm and unbroken.

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