immovable[i mo̵̅o̅v′ə bəl]
- that cannot be moved; firmly fixed; not capable of movement
- not moving; immobile; motionless; stationary
- that cannot be changed; unyielding; steadfast
- unemotional; impassive
Origin of immovableMiddle English immouable
Law immovable objects or property, as land, buildings, etc.
- a. Impossible to move.b. Incapable of movement.
- Impossible to alter: immovable plans.
- Unyielding in principle, purpose, or adherence; steadfast.
- Incapable of being moved emotionally.
- Law Of or relating to things, such as trees and buildings, attached to real property: immovable property.
- One that cannot move or be moved.
- often immovables Law Things that are attached to real property.
- im·mov′a·bil′i·ty, im·mov′a·ble·ness
(comparative more immovable, superlative most immovable)
- That which can not be moved; something which is immovable.
From im- + movable.