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stationary
used in Oliver Twist

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standing still; or not capable of being moved
  • ...to resignation by the example of these good people, I cannot, although I am his biographer, undertake to affirm with any degree of confidence; but I can most distinctly say, that for many months he continued meekly to submit to the domination and ill-treatment of Noah Claypole: who used him far worse than before, now that his jealousy was roused by seeing the new boy promoted to the black stick and hatband, while he, the old one, remained stationary in the muffin-cap and leathers.
    Chapter 6 — Oliver, Being Goaded by the Taunts of Noah, Rouses into Action.... (26% in)

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