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adjective as in firm

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McConnell was unmoved, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.

My phone sat there, unmoved, only buzzing to tell me I was running late for a drop-off, and that it was docking my payments.

Then-Mayor Kevin Faulconer was unmoved and City Council members who were otherwise sympathetic said it was too late to make any big changes.

In the lobby of the apartment building, they appear riveted but unmoved in the face of the violence.

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Unmoved by these political concerns, the families in the Diamir Valley braced for a future without mountaineering.

Criminal judge Daniela Barbosa Assumpção de Souza was unmoved.

Many of the voters who attended the groups echoed a similar sentiment: that they were unmoved by personal attacks on Obama.

Yet he was unmoved by the obvious limitations that stood in his way.

But obstructionists are unmoved by the standard Keynesian arguments that experienced policy economists take for granted.

Mrs. Highcamp remained, as usual, unmoved, with her indifferent stare and uplifted eyebrows.

Unmoved by their cries, she looked calmly and compassionately upon the populace, without gesture or reply.

It is curious to reflect that these unmoved faces belong to people who would die to defend their liberty of conscience.

He swallowed hard, and there was a mist before his eyes—eyes that had looked unmoved on many a scene of carnage.

Under this passion of tears, lamentations, and maledictions Don Juan remains unmoved; he has done what he has wished.


On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unmoved, such as: immobile, immovable, motionless, quiescent, rooted, and stable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.