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synonyms for unmovable

  • anchored
  • attached
  • established
  • fast
  • firm
  • hitched
  • hooked
  • immobile
  • immotile
  • immovable
  • located
  • locked
  • made fast
  • nailed
  • quiet
  • rigid
  • rooted
  • secure
  • set
  • settled
  • situated
  • solid
  • stable
  • stationary
  • steadfast
  • steady
  • stiff
  • still
  • tenacious
  • tight
  • unmoving
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How to use unmovable in a sentence

Those in possession of unmovable goods shall not pay more than twelve drams of silver annually.
TEN YEARS' CAPTIVITY IN THE MAHDI'S CAMP 1882-1892F. R. WINGATE
Unmovable it shone in the north, mysterious, far and high—the great northern light in its dawning splendor!
THE NORTHERN LIGHTE. WERNER
I don't know but after all I like Lucetta's fidgety ways better than Loreen's unmovable self-possession.
LOST MAN'S LANEANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Months were spent in negotiations, but the States General were unmovable.
A HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION (VOL. 2 OF 2)THOMAS M. LINDSAY
He founded his teachings on them and was therefore firm and unmovable in the same.
COMMENTARY ON GENESIS, VOL. IMARTIN LUTHER
The cruel mockery of justice at Constance was carried on by tribunal after tribunal; but the victim was steadfast and unmovable.
GREAT MEN AND FAMOUS WOMEN. VOL. 3 OF 8VARIOUS
The value of the goods, movable and unmovable, independently of the landed property, was calculated to be £76 11s.
SHAKESPEARE'S FAMILYMRS. C. C. STOPES
But O'Brien was unmovable; he would do his duty by his country, let the country answer for its duty towards him.
SPEECHES FROM THE DOCK, PART IVARIOUS
She was unmovable, showing so much courage that at last they gave up the thought of carrying her off by main force.
LIFE OF ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISIPAUL SABATIER
Against such professional advice, Mary Fogarty had set her big foot with an unmovable firmness.
A SUNNY LITTLE LASSEVELYN RAYMOND
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