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immovable

im·mov·a·ble

immovable

 
pronunciation:
ih mu v bl
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
features:
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: incapable of being moved; fixed.
antonyms:
mobile, movable
similar words:
fast, stationary
definition 2: incapable of change; unalterable.
antonyms:
flexible, mutable
similar words:
rigid, set
definition 3: not subject to appeal or influence; unyielding.
He was immovable in his principles.
antonyms:
yielding
similar words:
adamant, firm, impenetrable, inflexible, rigid, set
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: one that cannot be moved.
definition 2: (pl.) in law, real property that cannot be moved.
derivations: immovably (adv.), immovability (n.), immovableness (n.)
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