adjective un·moving \¦ən+\

Definition of unmoving

  1. :  not moving bade the sun to stay a while unmoving — Frederick O'Brien; especially :  not emotionally stirring only those with an adamant prejudice … can find it meaningless or unmoving — W. P. Clancy

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15th Century

First Known Use of unmoving

15th century

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to criticize severely

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