Examples from the Web for immobility
As the skills gap between top and bottom widens, immobility should harden more.
I dreaded the agonising scenes that would follow this state of immobility.
They are, as they pretend, the virtuous part of the people, because they are quiet; as if virtue consisted in immobility!Political Pamphlets|George Saintsbury
I think it was the immobility of the old man that first arrested our attention.All Men are Ghosts|L. P. Jacks
Word Origin and History for immobility
early 15c., from Middle French immobilité (14c.) or directly from Latin immobilitatem (nominative immobilitas), noun of quality from immobilis (see immobile).