from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Emotionally unaffected.
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- adj. not physically moved
- adj. not affected emotionally, or not showing emotion
- adj. not sympathetic; uncaring
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not moved; fixed; firm; unshaken; calm; apathetic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not moved; not transferred from one place to another. Not changed in purpose or resolution; unshaken; firm.
- Not affected; not having the passions or feelings excited; not touched or impressed; not altered by passion or emotion; calm; apathetic: as, an unmoved heart; an unmoved look.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being in the original position; not having been moved
- adj. emotionally unmoved
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Having once lived up to his heroic ideal, Ciardi was disturbed to find that he could not remain "unmoved" by the possibility of his own death; he hoped that his anxiety was simply a temporary and anomalous response.
No one can remain unmoved by the pictures of Port-au-Prince after the earthquake (the situation outside the capital remains unknown, but one can imagine).
It's not possible to read Paul's New Testament writings and remain unmoved by his open heart, intellectual prowess and staggering bravery.
Still, who could remain unmoved by their dignity and strength which is amply demonstrated by their generous and warm-hearted press release (here)?
Now the question is do the people of Kentucky think that this was a stupid and tragic use of power to subverse dissent and vote this bag of waste out of office of will they remain unmoved?
He knew full well that these emotional Serbs could not hear his name unmoved, while the extraordinary racial difference between himself and every other man in the Assembly must have made a strong appeal to their dramatic instincts.
And his wrinkled, old visage expressed so crabbed a determination to remain unmoved that Mr. Haviland laughed outright in the most tolerant of humours.
Reader, can you hear this and remain unmoved, or shall you and I become children in heart once more?
He retired to chants of "You should have stayed at a big club" spat from the visiting support, his expression unmoved when Raul Meireles plundered the decisive goal only three minutes later.
You could not see and know her, and remain unmoved by those sensations of affection which belong to so near and tender a relationship.