motionless

[moh-shuhn-lis]
adjective
without motion: a motionless statue.

Origin:
1590–1600; motion + -less

motionlessly, adverb
motionlessness, noun


still, stationary, unmoving, inert, stable, fixed, quiescent, quiet.


active.
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motionless (ˈməʊʃənlɪs)
 
adj
not moving; absolutely still
 
'motionlessly
 
adv
 
'motionlessness
 
n

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motionless
1590s, from motion + -less.
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Example sentences
And could either be motionless or moving about randomly, depending on the wind
  that day.
Other dangerous locations include hollows and low, enclosed areas that catch
  cold air as it sinks, then hold it motionless.
The city is dotted with motionless construction cranes poised over the pits of
  abandoned projects.
Eight and a half years on, substantial investment in blood and treasure have
  produced too little too motionless.
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