immovability : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n not capable of being moved or rearranged
- A more important characteristic is his stonewall immovability, once he is convinced.
- In this case, familiarity ought to mean immovability, since one would not want to imagine the Scuola di San Rocco lending its Tintorettos to England, or the Frari, in a fit of .
- But her strengththe sheer immovability of Mega, the rock who helped to bring down President Suharto by her refusal to give way to years of intimidation and is herself the .
- Paul Deighton in Chicago Tribune
Market forces with government help might have developed [this area] over 30 years. But the government and the Games will get it in seven years,Deighton said. "The great thing is the immovability of the deadline."