immovable definition

  • adjective:
    • impractical to move.
    • not capable of motion.
    • impractical to modify: immovable programs.
    • Unyielding in theory, purpose, or adherence; steadfast.
    • incompetent at becoming moved emotionally.
    • Law Not liable to be removed; permanent: immovable property.
    • not capable of becoming literally moved; fixed.
    • Steadfast in purpose or objective; unalterable, unyielding.
    • unable of being affected or moved in sensation; impassive.
    • incompetent at being moved; solidly fixed; fast; -- utilized of material things.
    • Steadfast; fixed; unalterable; unchangeable; -- utilized of brain or might.
    • Not capable of being affected or moved in feeling or by sympathy; unimpressible; impassive.
    • Not liable to be removed; permanent in position or tenure; fixed. See Immovable, n.
    • unable or intended to be moved
  • noun:
    • one which cannot move or perhaps relocated.
    • Law home that cannot be moved; genuine residential property. Often found in the plural.
    • whatever can not be moved; something that is immovable.
    • what can not be moved.
    • places and things adherent thereto of course, as trees; because of the hand of guy, as structures and their particular accessories; by their destination, as seeds, plants, manure, etc.; or because of the items that they are used, as servitudes.
    • That which cannot be moved; particularly, in-law, land, or any appurtenance fixed to or operating using the land.
    • In addition immoveable.
    • residential property composed of houses and land
  • others:
    • Incapable of becoming relocated or displaced; fat or fast is moved; solidly fixed; quickly.
    • never to be relocated from a purpose; steadfast; fixed; that cannot be caused to improve or modify: because, a man whom remains immovable.
    • not capable of becoming changed or shaken; unalterable; unchangeable: since, an immovable purpose or resolution.
    • that can't be affected; not impressible; impassive; unfeeling.
    • in-law, not prone to be removed; permanent in place; real, as distinguished from personal.

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