I have lost count of the number of young trees I have seen in parks and gardens which have outgrown their ties, and even large trees with thick, mature bark can be damaged by growing up against an immovable object, such as a wire fence.
They were immovable , intimidating, overwhelming.
But my schedule was immovable and I was booked in that night.
Our stance on school attendance and truancy is immovable .
Certainly, corporations can and do change the marketscape, but only within the fairly immovable constraints placed upon them by consumer desires.
He has immovable opinions about all the great affairs of state, but nine-tenths of them are sheer imbecilities.
Londoners were immovable in their determination to get to work on time.
It's better when you haven't got players on massively long and immovable contracts and that's the way it is going.
In desperation, at least 24 genuine refugees in the immovable queue got on that boat and drowned.
The study shows that investment in immovable property, the purchase of a flat or a house and saving deposits are the three ways Bulgarians most prefer to save money.