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Immovable


IMMOV'ABLE, adjective [in and movable.] That cannot be moved from its place; as an immovable foundation.

1. Not to be moved from a purpose; steadfast; fixed; that cannot be induced to change or alter; as a man who remains immovable

2. That cannot be altered or shaken; unalterable; unchangeable; as an immovable purpose or resolution.

3. That cannot be affected or moved; not impressible; not susceptible of compassion or tender feelings; unfeeling.

4. Fixed; not liable to be removed; permanent in place; as immovable estate.

5. Not to be shaken or agitated.