immovably

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He was looking out of the window now, pale and immovably obstinate.

Our conviction has gradually, but how immovably, established itself!

But Mina kept hers on it, pinning it immovably to the table.

Silently, immovably he heard me, never interrupting me by question or explanation.

"You have come to a wise decision," says Lady Baltimore, immovably.

There she stood, immovably calm, like a warrior at the head of his tribe.

They are fixed for ever immovably in the position for which they were designed.

So Gundulf went, but the staff was immovably imbedded in the stone.

In the skull the quadrate is immovably fixed and united to the pterygoid.

She slept for two hours immovably, breathing deeply, upon his breast.

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