immovably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r so as to be incapable of moving
the mountains brooded immovably above the river
- One of life's great mysteries is why certain experiences get lodged immovably in our memory, while others are forgotten.
- Every Tibetan I've met remains immovably devoted to him.
- Then encoresuntil the approach of the zero hour when gendarmes forcibly dispersed the immovably enraptured diehards.
News & Articles
- Widow maker
As anyone who has raised an animal from birth can understand, Albert Lin is immovably proud of his 1-year-old black widow spider, Frances.
July 31, 2013 - The Stockton Record
- William Styron in Boston Globe
When John Cheever, mortally ill, received the National Medal for Literature in 1982, William Styron called his position in literary history "immovably fixed as one of those huge granite outcroppings which loom over the green lawns and sunlit...