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  • adj. motionless

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Motionless; fixed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not moving; immovable; fixed.


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move +‎ -less


  • They propped themselves in the snow beneath the moveless wind-vane, and waited.

    In a Far Country

  • After that, as we went on into the east, we saw no men; only the sleeping river, the moveless forest, and the White Silence of the North.

    An Odyssey of the North

  • It came from one direction and all directions; something was happening back in the moveless, dripping jungle under the lazily eddying blanket of fog.

    "The Morons" by Harl Vincent, part 1

  • And thine olive, moveless features, transfixed as in a dream,

    The Romance of China: Excursions to China in U.S. Culture: 1776-1876

  • He raised his face suddenly: its features were sharp and fixed; its hue was changed; it was livid and moveless, like a face cut in gray stone.

    The Evil Guest

  • Hoar in the moonbeams stood those graceful trees casting their moveless shadows upon the grass, and in the background crowning the undulations of the distance, in masses, were piled those woods among which lay the solitary tomb where the remains of my beloved mother rested.

    Uncle Silas

  • It was like the running of a spider over his sensitive, moveless body.

    The Trespasser

  • Indeed, I never saw face or figure so moveless, except in death.

    The Room in the Dragon Volant

  • Was that my child — that moveless decaying inanimation?

    The Last Man

  • The reproaches which agony extorted; or worse, cureless, uncomplaining depression, when his mind was sunk in a torpor, not the less painful because it was silent and moveless.

    The Last Man


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