inelastically (part of speech: adverb)
stably (part of speech: adverb)
- The entire scheme of Christianity disappeared from my firmament; but, in the immediately previous years, I had been a reader of Swedenborg, and I held immovably an intuition of immortality,- or, if the term intuition be denied me, the conviction that immortality was the foundation of human existence, grounded in my earliest thoughts, and as clear as the sense of light,- and this never failed me. - "The Autobiography of a Journalist, Volume I", William James Stillman.
- Donne, indeed, was of that coldly phlegmatic, immovably complacent, densely self- satisfied nature which is insensible to shame. - "Shirley", Charlotte BrontÃ«.
- Winn stuck his hands in his pockets and looked immovably obstinate. - "The Dark Tower", Phyllis Bottome.