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immovable

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adjective im·mov·able \(ˌ)i(m)-ˈmü-və-bəl\

Simple Definition of immovable

  • : not able to be moved : firmly fixed in place

  • : not able to be changed or persuaded

Full Definition of immovable

  1. 1 :  incapable of being moved; broadly :  not moving or not intended to be moved

  2. 2 a :  steadfast, unyielding b :  not capable of being moved emotionally

im·mov·abil·i·ty play \-ˌmü-və-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
im·mov·able·ness play \-ˈmü-və-bəl-nəs\ noun
im·mov·ably play \-blē\ adverb

Examples of immovable

  1. <that boulder is immovable, even with a bulldozer>

  2. <despite tears and pleading, the police officer was immovable on the matter of a hefty fine for speeding>



14th Century

First Known Use of immovable

14th century

Rhymes with immovable


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immovable

noun im·mov·able

Definition of immovable

  1. 1 :  one that cannot be moved

  2. 2 plural :  real property as opposed to movable property



1588

First Known Use of immovable

1588



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