- not liable to be removed, or permanent in place.
- (of property) real, as distinguished from personal.
Related formsim·mov·a·bil·i·ty, im·mov·a·ble·ness, nounim·mov·a·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for immovable
Those are the roots, the immovable ties blind to ethics probes and corruption charges that are difficult to rip from the ground.
These stories are the immovable objects of Star Wars history, the characters and events to which all other tales must align.Lupita Nyong’o Joins ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ Cast|Marlow Stern|June 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What does happen when the irresistible force meets the immovable object?
The reality, though, is that no force is irresistible and no object is immovable.
How many more monuments, churches, libraries, and immovable works of art lay in the path of war?
Doctor Luke put his elbows on the forecastle table, his chin on his hands—and thus gazed, immovable, at young Docks.Doctor Luke of the Labrador|Norman Duncan
Of course, I quite understand that until her temper cools off she will be immovable; those determined natures always are.Miss Dexie|Stanford Eveleth
Slaves were made competent to acquire stock and movable or immovable property.
If a glance could have transfixed her, Marion would have been immovable for life.Marion Berkley|Elizabeth B. Comins
They still stand, august and immovable, while dynasties and churches are lying in heaps of ruin all around us.The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay, Vol. 4 (of 4)|Thomas Babington Macaulay
British Dictionary definitions for immovable
- (of property) not liable to be removed; fixed
- of or relating to immoveablesCompare movable