motionless[ moh-shuhn-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF motionless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOTIONLESS
Finally his limbs straightened, and became perfectly rigid and motionless.
It was motionless as marble; but never had she seen anything so beautiful, and so unearthly.
She sat a long time silent, motionless, her eyes fixed ahead.
She was silent and motionless for another five minutes, thinking intently.
There was no mistaking that awful, motionless, crumpled posture.
Slim columns of smoke rose straight into the motionless air.
But, motionless as he lay, the tumult of his mind continued unabated.
These had been advancing steadily and slowly, but they were now motionless, or nearly so.
She, motionless in the stupor of her anxiety, had not taken her eyes from his face.
The silence was profound, and the lamps burned with motionless, pallid flames.