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motionless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmotionlessmo‧tion‧less /ˈməʊʃənləs $ ˈmoʊ-/ adjective  NOT MOVINGnot moving at all syn stillstand/sit/lie motionless The men stood motionless as Weir held his finger to his lips. Graham remained motionless.motionlessly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
motionlessKemp sat motionless as the verdict was read.Adam lay slumped and motionless beside her.Four motionless figures stood on the pier.I could see my father standing motionless in the doorway.The interior was gloomy; tobacco smoke hung motionless in the thin air.Katherine sat motionless looking at Philippe.Hughes stood motionless on the porch.Something, though ... something tall, something like an animal ... quite motionless ... She approached it cautiously.She is momentarily motionless, statuesque, queenly.stand/sit/lie motionlessThe men stood motionless as Weir held his finger to his lips.A stunned silence fell over the racecourse as he lay motionless in the grass while Heraldic galloped on.Her cellmate said nothing as she lay motionless on her cot, staring at the ceiling.Three children sat motionless under the hut, shielded from the sun.For a moment Theda stood motionless, watching Benedict go.She sits motionless, watching the darkening distant trees.
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