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Synonyms for immovable
ɪˈmu və bəlim·mov·able

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  1. immovablenoun


  2. immovableadjective

    Incapable of being physically moved; fixed.


  3. immovableadjective


  4. immovableadjective


English Synonyms and Antonyms0.0 / 0 votes

  1. immovable

    The headstrong person is not to be stopped in his own course of action, while the obstinate and stubborn is not to be driven to another's way. The headstrong act; the obstinate and stubborn may simply refuse to stir. The most amiable person may be obstinate on some one point; the stubborn person is for the most part habitually so; we speak of obstinate determination, stubborn resistance. Stubborn is the term most frequently applied to the lower animals and inanimate things. Refractory implies more activity of resistance; the stubborn horse balks; the refractory animal plunges, rears, and kicks; metals that resist ordinary processes of reduction are termed refractory. One is obdurate who adheres to his purpose in spite of appeals that would move any tender-hearted or right-minded person. Contumacious refers to a proud and insolent defiance of authority, as of the summons of a court. Pertinacious demand is contrasted with obstinate refusal. The unyielding conduct which we approve we call decided, firm, inflexible, resolute; that which we condemn we are apt to term headstrong, obstinate, stubborn. Compare PERVERSE.

    contumacious, decided, determined, dogged, firm, fixed, headstrong, heady, indomitable, inflexible, intractable, mulish, obdurate, obstinate, opinionated, persistent, pertinacious, refractory, resolute, resolved, stubborn, unconquerable, unflinching, unyielding

    amenable, complaisant, compliant, docile, dutiful, gentle, irresolute, obedient, pliable, pliant, submissive, teachable, tractable, undecided, wavering, yielding

Princeton's WordNet0.0 / 0 votes

  1. real property, real estate, realty, immovableadjective

    property consisting of houses and land

    real estate, real property, realty


  2. immovable, immoveable, stabile, unmovableadjective

    not able or intended to be moved

    "the immovable hills"

    unmovable, stabile, immoveable


Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes

  1. immovableadjective

    fixed, firm, stable, not to be moved

  2. immovableadjective

    steadfast, unshaken, unalterable, unchangeable

  3. immovableadjective

    (Law.) real

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words0.0 / 0 votes

  1. immovableadjective

    fast, permanent, impassive, firm, steadfast

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  1. Charles Baudelaire:

    Modernity is the transient, the fleeting, the contingent; it is one half of art, the other being the eternal and the immovable.

  2. Jim Courier:

    For the first time in many years Nadal will not be the favorite going into Roland Garros, that role is now firmly occupied by Novak Djokovic. Nadal is less vulnerable in Paris, given the best of five-set format which allows him more time to problem solve but there are now guys in the locker room who see him as an opportunity rather than an immovable obstacle.

  3. Shai Akabas:

    It has yet to be seen whether these are immovable policy positions or policy preferences that are the starting point for negotiations.

  4. Former President Trump:

    Oz worked very hard, but there were forces against him, oz is a great guy. He had a lot of immovable forces against him.

  5. Russ Vought:

    When families decide to get on a budget, they do not target the largest and immovable items of their spending, like their mortgage, first, they aim to restrain discretionary spending — they eat out less, shop less and find cheaper ways of entertaining themselves.

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