From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishimmobileim‧mo‧bile /ɪˈməʊbaɪl $ ɪˈmoʊbəl/ adjective 1 NOT MOVINGnot moving at all SYN motionless She could see a figure sitting immobile, facing the sea.2 MOVE/CHANGE POSITIONunable to move or walk normally Kim’s illness had rendered her completely immobile.immobility /ˌɪməˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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immobileThe disease can leave victims completely immobile.A strange anticipation held her completely immobile.Masonry is extraordinarily satisfactory in its way but it is inherently heavy and immobile.She pursed her lips and blew on the baby's squashed, immobile face.A female produces few, large, immobile gametes called eggs.We could do pullups on the steady, immobile high bar instead of on our clanking, swaying ceiling pipes.Brigg was immobile, his eyes fixed on the horizon.Literary texts are not some static crystalline structure in which we may glimpse a captured immobile past.She remained rigidly immobile, suddenly quite incapable of moving anyway.I stood there immobile with terror.