not able or intended to be moved;
"the immovable hills"
- Even in the most extreme case imaginable, John Paul II's church was immoveable.
- become rigid or immoveable; of bones.
- He absolutely started, and for a moment seemed immoveable from surprise;
- -- but in HER mind there was a sense of honor so keen, a generosity so romantic, that any offence of the kind, by whomsoever given or received, was to her a source of immoveable disgust.Mrs.