Examples of immobile in a Sentence
The tranquilizer made the animal immobile.
The accident left her immobile.
Recent Examples of immobile from the Web
These immobile, tubular structures sit on the front of an owl’s face like a pair of built-in binoculars.
Going for an iconic face rather than a skilled musical theater performer to play King Herod, the production settled for a near-immobile Alice Cooper, who was more of a sneering geriatric rocker than a mocking vaudevillian.
The man had gotten himself out of the car and bystanders came to him to hold his neck and spine immobile to try to avoid spinal cord injury, Zellmann said.
In every other scene, though, the lens is an utterly disinterested observer, the camera fixed atop a tripod, anchored and immobile.
Social isolation is one of the hardest parts of growing older, especially when friends become immobile or pass away.
Kantor regularly blurred the lines between living and dead and, more literally, between living actors and immobile mannequins.
During surgery, for example, patients are anesthetized to keep them immobile and their blood pressure stable and to eliminate pain and traumatic memories.
Of course, the drop-back system of an immobile Tom Brady would appear completely different than what Jackson would need to succeed.
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IMMOBILE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immobile for English Language Learners
: unable to move
: not moving
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