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unmoved

[ uhn-moovd ]
/ ˌʌnˈmuvd /
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adjective
having no emotional response; feeling no pity, sadness, passion, enthusiasm, etc.: He came crying for help, but his family was unmoved—they were worn down from years of helping him to no avail.
unchanged, especially in value or degree; remaining the same, as one’s intentions or principles: Get ready for another day of unmoved barometric pressure.After two weeks of stalled negotiations, both sides remain unmoved.
having not been physically changed from one position or place to another; having been left alone: Does the number of upholstered pieces for the new house include the unmoved furniture?
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Origin of unmoved

First recorded in 1350–1400; un-1 + moved
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British Dictionary definitions for unmoved

unmoved
/ (ʌnˈmuːvd) /

adjective
not affected emotionally
unchangedshare price remained unmoved
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