the quality or condition of being immobile or irremovable.

1375–1425; late Middle English < Late Latin immōbilitās. See im-2, mobility Unabridged
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immobile (ɪˈməʊbaɪl)
1.  not moving; motionless
2.  not able to move or be moved; fixed

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Example sentences
It used local mortgage-default and foreclosure figures to estimate geographical
Negative equity exacerbates immobility because people are reluctant to move if
  it means selling at a loss.
In its sculptural immobility, it appears as likely to be the face of a corpse
  as of a living being.
Researchers already know that antidepressants increase active swimming and
  decrease immobility.
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