Immobile meaning

ĭ-mō'bəl, -bēl', -bīl'
Immovable; fixed.

An immobile rock formation.

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Not moving; motionless.

The patient in the coma was immobile.

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Not very mobile or agile; capable of moving only slowly.

An immobile quarterback.

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Not movable; firmly set or placed; stable.
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Not moving or changing; motionless.
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Not mobile, not movable.
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Fixed, unable to be moved.
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The definition of immobile is something that is not moving or that is incapable of being moved.

A person who is bedridden is an example of someone who is immobile.

A huge piece of furniture that is too heavy to move is an example of something that is immobile.

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Origin of immobile

  • From Old French immobile, from Latin immōbilis.
    From Wiktionary