immovable Definition

  • 1unable to be moved; fixed in place
  • 2not open to change or persuasion

Using immovable: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "immovable" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The statue was so heavy and immovable that it had to be left behind.

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    His beliefs were immovable despite the evidence presented to him.

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    The government's position on the issue was immovable.

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    The rock formation was immovable and could not be altered.

immovable Synonyms and Antonyms

Antonyms for immovable

Phrases with immovable

  • something that cannot be moved or changed, often used in the phrase 'an immovable object meets an unstoppable force'


    The two political parties were like an immovable object meeting an unstoppable force.

  • land or buildings that cannot be moved


    The company invested in immovable property for long-term growth.

  • a religious holiday that is celebrated on the same calendar date every year


    Easter is an immovable feast that always falls on a Sunday in March or April.


Summary: immovable in Brief

The term 'immovable' [ɪˈmuːvəbl] refers to something that cannot be moved or changed, such as a statue or rock formation. It can also describe a person's beliefs or a government's position that is unyielding and not open to change or persuasion. Phrases like 'an immovable object' and 'immovable property' further illustrate this concept.

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