Definition of Immobilized

1. Verb. (past of immobilize) ¹



2. Adjective. Subject to immobilization. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Immobilized

1. immobilize [v] - See also: immobilize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immobilized

immobilised
immobilised cell bioreactors
immobilised cell biosensor
immobilised enzyme
immobiliser
immobilisers
immobilises
immobilising
immobilism
immobilisms
immobilities
immobility
immobilization
immobilizations
immobilize
immobilized (current term)
immobilizer
immobilizers
immobilizes
immobilizing
immobilizing antibody
immobilon
immoble
immoderacies
immoderacy
immoderancy
immoderate
immoderately
immoderateness
immoderation

Literary usage of Immobilized

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1. The Exterior of the Horse by Armand Goubaux, Gustave Barrier (1892)
"immobilized or Pegged ... with entire freedom, and only shortened movements of the members are allowed, they are said to be immobilized, cold, or pegged. ..."

2. The International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery (1921)
"Premaxillary hones brought into correct position, the edges freshened in both premaxillary and maxillary bones, perfectly immobilized by wiring them in ..."

3. Pediatrics (1902)
"... talk if prevented from gesticulating by tying their hands to their sides, then it may be understood why the Italian baby is silent when immobilized. ..."

4. Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States by Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting (1904)
"... sides can be immobilized in a few seconds. In this apparatus the patient is impressed with his security and protection, which inspires Patient carried ..."

5. Psychism: Analysis of Things Existing : Essays by Paul Gibier (1899)
"A certain part of the faculties of the mind is immobilized within certain functions which are Inferior to those of Intelligence.—The mechanism of the action ..."

6. Transactions of the Colorado State Medical Society by Colorado State Medical Society (1895)
"... and the knee, therefore, must be immobilized. Shows the Shaffer Hip-splint, which aims to give continuous traction and diminish the shock of concussion ..."

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