You searched for: “unmovable
unmovable (adjective), more unmovable, most unmovable
1. Unable to being transported or carried: The heavy table in the attic was unmovable and could not possibly be conveyed down the steps.
2. Not inclined to be emotionally persuaded or prevailed upon: Mrs. Thompson was unmovable in her opinion that her little children had to go to bed at 8 o'clock at the latest.
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(Greek: stiff, unmovable; adhesion; by extension, "bent, hooked, crooked, curved, looped")