The late art critic was known for passionately baroque pronouncements that moved the immovably overstuffed art world.
We have great constitutional laws and principles to which we are immovably attached.
Our conviction has gradually, but how immovably, established itself!
It was immovably set and hungry, dominated like the whole man by the singleness of one instinct.
But Mina kept hers on it, pinning it immovably to the table.
The head has a chamber and wedge contrivance similar to that of the nut, in which the other end of the hair is immovably fixed.
She slept for two hours immovably, breathing deeply, upon his breast.
There she stood, immovably calm, like a warrior at the head of his tribe.
Olga Ivnovna followed her silently and immovably with her eyes.
We are immovably fixed in our determination to adhere to our allies, in spite of every endeavor to change our sentiments.