un·moved / ˌənˈmoōvd/ • adj. not affected by emotion or excitement: he was unmoved by her outburst. ∎ not changed in one's purpose or intention: her opponents were unmoved and plan to return to court. ∎ not changed in position: shares in some companies were initially unmoved.DERIVATIVES: un·mov·a·ble / -vəbəl/ (also un·move·a·ble) adj.
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