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immovable

or im·move·a·ble

[ ih-moo-vuh-buhl ]
/ ɪˈmu və bəl /
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adjective
noun
something immovable.
immovables, Law. lands and the appurtenances thereof, as trees and buildings.
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Origin of immovable

1325–75; Middle English immevable, immovable;see im-2, movable

OTHER WORDS FROM immovable

im·mov·a·bil·i·ty, im·mov·a·ble·ness, nounim·mov·a·bly, adverb
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How to use immovable in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for immovable

immovable

immoveable

/ (ɪˈmuːvəbəl) /

adjective
unable to move or be moved; fixed; immobile
unable to be diverted from one's intentions; steadfast
unaffected by feeling; impassive
unchanging; unalterable
(of feasts, holidays, etc) occurring on the same date every year
law
  1. (of property) not liable to be removed; fixed
  2. of or relating to immoveablesCompare movable

Derived forms of immovable

immovability, immoveability, immovableness or immoveableness, nounimmovably or immoveably, adverb
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