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immobility

im·mo·bil·i·ty

immobility

 
 
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: the state or condition of being incapable of being moved.
definition 2: the state or condition of not moving or being motionless.
We were deceived by their immobility into thinking they were asleep.
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The word immobility contains the following part:
-ability, -ibility, -bility, -ubility Latin noun-forming suffix that means ability to do, be, or undergo
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All adjectives ending in "-able," "-ible," "-uble" and "-ble" can combine with the suffix "-ity" to form nouns ending in -ability , -ibility , -ubility , or -bility .