1. That which can not be moved.
2. pl. (Civil Law) Lands and things adherent thereto by nature, as trees; by the hand of man, as buildings
and their accessories; by their destination, as seeds, plants, manure, etc.; or by the objects to which they
are applied, as servitudes. Ayliffe. Bouvier.
(Im*mov"a*ble*ness), n. Quality of being immovable.
(Im*mov"a*bly), adv. In an immovable manner.
(Im*mund") a. [L. immundus; pref. im- not + mundus clean.] Unclean. [R.] Burton.
(Im`mun*dic"i*ty) n. [Cf. F. immondicité, L. immunditia, immundities.] Uncleanness; filthiness.
[R.] W. Montagu.
(Im*mune") a. [L. immunis. See Immunity.] Exempt; protected by inoculation. Im*mu"nize
(Im*mu"ni*ty) n.; pl. Immunities [L. immunitas, fr. immunis free from a public service; pref.
im- not + munis complaisant, obliging, cf. munus service, duty: cf. F. immunité. See Common, and cf.
1. Freedom or exemption from any charge, duty, obligation, office, tax, imposition, penalty, or service; a
particular privilege; as, the immunities of the free cities of Germany; the immunities of the clergy.
2. Freedom; exemption; as, immunity from error.
(Im*mure") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Immured ; p. pr. & vb. n. Immuring.] [Pref. im- in + mure: cf.
1. To wall around; to surround with walls. [Obs.] Sandys.
2. To inclose whithin walls, or as within walls; hence, to shut up; to imprison; to incarcerate.
Those tender babesShak.
Whom envy hath immured within your walls.
This huge convex of fire,Milton.
Outrageous to devour, immures us round.
(Im*mure"), n. A wall; an inclosure. [Obs.] Shak.
(Im*mure"ment) n. The act of immuring, or the state of being immured; imprisonment.
(Im*mu"sic*al) a. Inharmonious; unmusical; discordant. Bacon.