be immobile

See: remain, rest, stay
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The host may be immobile and speak in an artificial disembodied voice, but 'Genius' lives up to its title and is a valuable learning and teaching tool.
t) would be Immobile (right) would be following in a long tradition of Italian strikers who have made a late run into the World Cup team, including Salvatore 'Toto' Schillaci.
The portable laptops can be brought to a resident who may be immobile and unable to come to the computer room.
The data imply that [is greater than] 13% of the solution reckoned to be immobile actually exists as films remaining on the surfaces of the spheres after the column has drained.