use immobile in a sentence.
You have to chain your bike to something immobile, though.
It's not made for being immobile.
You're right as far as perception, but it is immobile.
Technically it's a sleep->suspend->hibernation process, depending on how long the subject has been immobile.
The Wikipedia article doesn't mention anything about drowning, just "an immobile posture".
TopCoder uses fundamentally automated grading for its contests, and people learn much about programming through it -- the teaching happens from human to human, but the presence of an immobile, unthinking obstacle to overcome doesn't at all hinder the learning process.
Unfortunately, being immobile for an entire long-haul flight severely increases your risk of clotting ().
May be being immobile saves his energy from distraction and helps leaves time to think about black holes.
Still if the traction system in cars fails you dont fall over and and lie on the street immobile.
Being someone who has always just jumped in and tried whatever I found interesting, it really is amazing see how immobile people often feel.