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immovable

, immoveable
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a. (of property) not liable to be removed; fixed
b. of or relating to immoveables
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There are men who rise refreshed on hearing a threat; men to whom a crisis which intimidates and paralyzes the majority, demanding not the faculties of prudence and thrift, but comprehension, immovableness, the readiness of sacrifice, comes graceful and beloved as a bride.
The Scotch fir is less attractive during its youth than any other plant; but, when full grown, if it has had room to spread out its arms, it becomes a noble tree; and, by those who are disinterested enough to plant for posterity, it may be placed along with the sycamore nearer the house; for, from their massiveness, both these trees unite well with buildings, and in some situations, with rocks also; having, in their forms and apparent substances, the effect of something intermediate betwixt the immovableness and solidity of stone, and the spray and foliage of the lighter trees.