moveless

[moov-lis]
adjective
lacking movement: the still night with its moveless branches.

Origin:
1570–80; move + -less

movelessly, adverb
movelessness, noun
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But his limbs became numb, and when they laid him down on the shore of the lake he stayed moveless.
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