immobility

  1. remaining in place
  2. the quality of not moving

immobility

[n] - the quality of not moving
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Immobility

The inability to move. Can be used to describe the period after a spinal cord injury, when a person is confined to bed rest and is unable to move around. Alternatively, it could be used to describe the limbs (immobility of the limbs) following paralysis.
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Immobility

Im`mo·bil'i·ty noun [ Latin immobilitas , from immobilis immovable; prefix im- not + mobilis movable: confer French immobilité . See Mobile .] The condition or quality of being immobile; fixedness in place or state.
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immobility

noun the quality of not moving
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immobility

(ĭ″mo-bil´ĭ-te) lack of movement; the state of not being movable; see also hazards of immobility.
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Immobility

• (n.) The condition or quality of being immobile; fixedness in place or state.
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