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immovable

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a. (of property) not liable to be removed; fixed
b. of or relating to immoveables
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MacGlue, who looked at all mortal matters from the same immovably practical point of view, might really have its use, in my case, as a species of moral remedy.
You haven't scalded the dishcloth in clean hot water as I told you to do," said Marilla immovably.
Whenever the eyes of the wearied travelers rose from the decayed leaves over which they trod, his dark form was to be seen glancing among the stems of the trees in front, his head immovably fastened in a forward position, with the light plume on his crest fluttering in a current of air, made solely by the swiftness of his own motion.
The pensive, reflective tone in which this was spoken appeared to amuse Andy prodigiously, and he drew a little behind, and shook so as apparently to run a great risk of failing off his horse, while Sam's face was immovably composed into the most doleful gravity.
Obstinate as the admiral was by nature, strongly as he felt the objections which attached to his nephew's contemplated alliance, he recoiled in spite of himself, as he paced the room and saw the facts on either side immovably staring him in the face.
I have eaten nothing; I only drank a glass of my master's lemonade -- that's all;" and Barrois turned towards Noirtier, who, immovably fixed in his arm-chair, was contemplating this terrible scene without allowing a word or a movement to escape him.
In front of it the son of Iapetus (22) stands immovably upholding the wide heaven upon his head and unwearying hands, where Night and Day draw near and greet one another as they pass the great threshold of bronze: and while the one is about to go down into the house, the other comes out at the door.
Nature looks provokingly stable and secular, but it has a cause like all the rest; and when once I comprehend that, will these fields stretch so immovably wide, these leaves hang so individually considerable?
It's one of those facts that you will either forget seconds after you hear it, or it will stay immovably lodged forever in a corner of your mind next to piles of other useless trivia.
King, she said, simply wanted to document our arrival, share honest details of our early predecessors struggles and announce to the world that our legacy is immutable and we are immovably here to say, Walker said.
The grand artisanal traditions need to be seen as not immovably fixed at some historical point decided on by critics and craft activists, but as traditions whose reimagining in the post-modern era will expand the possibilities of the persistent relevance of material and concept, thus re-energizing the relevance of the human hand and tacit skills in the age of virtual technology.
Firstly, AFOs were mounted under the crosshead of testing machine immovably by tightening their footplates with the clamp to the top end of rigid holder attached to the bottom plate of testing machine.