Definition of unmoved in English:

unmoved

Syllabification: un·moved
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈmo͞ovd
 
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adjective

[predic.]
1Not affected by emotion or excitement: he was unmoved by her outburst
More example sentences
  • In particular, Schoenfeldt deals with the critical problem of Sonnet 94, a poem that celebrates those who contain their emotions and are as unmoved by others as stone.
  • I watched Natural Born Killers yesterday, and was at once quite impressed by the film itself, yet left emotionally unmoved.
  • Once you get over the weirdness of the premise, it takes a hard heart to remain unmoved by this simple yet deeply emotional tale.
Synonyms
unaffected, untouched, unimpressed, aloof, cool, cold, dry-eyed; unconcerned, uncaring, unsympathetic, unreceptive, indifferent, impassive, unemotional, stoical, phlegmatic, equable, nonchalant; (unmoved by)impervious to, oblivious to, heedless of, deaf to
1.1Not changed in one’s purpose or intention: her opponents were unmoved and plan to return to court
More example sentences
  • But the LDNPA remained unmoved and plans to bring down the full force of the law when the temporary enforcement officer post is filled.
  • The man was unmoved by the declaration and stood watching Jet intently.
  • Grobler was unmoved by the outburst and maintained that the switch offered Team GB the better chance of procuring the ultimate reward.
Synonyms
1.2Not changed in position: shares in some companies were initially unmoved
More example sentences
  • Still it floated outside the Music library, apparently innocuous, with the same twenty or so deck hands unmoved from their positions.
  • Her hand, unmoved from the position of holding the cup, was clutched tightly.

Derivatives

unmovable

Pronunciation: /-vəbəl/
(also unmoveable) adjective
More example sentences
  • Alex Livie proved to be an unmoveable obstacle as he made 57 not out and he and last man Reece Houghton successfully frustrated the Rowntree bowlers as they survived 15 overs to earn a draw with service closing on 100-9.
  • PWM is holding the reading in conjunction with World Theatre Day event, even though that unmoveable feast is officially on the 27th of March.
  • Enormous ugly unmoveable objects were too much for me.

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