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unmoving

Line breaks: un|mov¦ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmuːvɪŋ
 
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Definition of unmoving in English:

adjective

1Not moving; still: Claudia sat unmoving behind her desk
More example sentences
  • As she labored on she, every once in a while, would glance over to the unmoving form behind her then return to the task at hand.
  • He spoke as if he spoke secrets, his words formed behind unmoving lips.
  • The crunching of now deep snow could be heard from behind her, and she froze, unmoving.
2Not stirring any emotion: this must be the most unmoving performance of Verdi’s opera ever recorded
More example sentences
  • The language is shouted or perhaps sung by one unmoving performer to the other, creating an unearthly effect.
  • The completely unmoving, unconvincing romance between a wooden Hayden Christensen and an uncharacteristically bland Natalie Portman is only the most obvious clumsiness.
  • For me, it was boring, and completely unmoving, and definitely didn't showcase their wonderful voices.

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