Definition of Immovability

1. Noun. Not capable of being moved or rearranged.

Exact synonyms: Immovableness
Generic synonyms: Immobility
Specialized synonyms: Tautness, Tightness, Fastness, Fixedness, Fixity, Fixture, Secureness, Firmness, Steadiness
Derivative terms: Immovable, Immovable
Antonyms: Movability, Movableness



Definition of Immovability

1. n. The quality or state of being immovable; fixedness; steadfastness; as, immovability of a heavy body; immovability of purpose.

Definition of Immovability

1. Noun. the state of being immovable ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Immovability

1. [n -TIES]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Immovability

immortalizer
immortalizers
immortalizes
immortalizing
immortally
immortals
immortelle
immortelles
immortification
immortifications
immorts
immotile
immotility
immovabilities
immovability (current term)
immovable
immovable bandage
immovable joint
immovableness
immovablenesses
immovables
immovably
immoveable
immoved
immozymase
immund
immundicities
immundicity
immune

Literary usage of Immovability

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine by George Bacon Wood (1866)
"... and when immovability of the tumour, and redness of the skin over it evince that adhesion has taken place between the peritoneal coat of the bladder and ..."

2. Painting, Sculpture and Architecture as Representative Arts; an Essay in by George Lansing Raymond (1895)
"... upon Methods of Expressing Thought and Emotion through the Use of the Human Body—Size as Representing Heaviness, Strength, immovability, Substantiality, ..."

3. The Homes of the New World: Impressions of America by Fredrika Bremer (1853)
"And those downcast looks, that immovability—how can it be ?" But now I heard Rebecca whisper to her husband, " What is amiss with Channing ? ..."

4. Painting, Sculpture and Architecture as Representative Arts: An Essay in by George Lansing Raymond (1895)
"... Strength, immovability, Substantiality, or the Opposite — As Representing the Important, Influential, Dignified, or the Opposite — The Representations ..."

5. The Proceedings of the Hague Peace Conferences: Translation of the Original by James Brown Scott (1920)
"... and was carefully examined, whether a provision should not be inserted in the project guaranteeing the immovability of the judges. ..."

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