Which word is correct "unmoveable" or "unmovable"?
In below image, the word "unmoveable" is used more in 18th century than in 19th century. Does anyone know the answer?
I would say that "unmovable" is the more correct (if not more used) spelling out of the two.
However, it's more common to say "immovable" in everyday speech. I do realise that unmovable and immovable have slightly different meanings (i.e. unmovable for emotions/people and immovable for physical objects), but they're mostly interchangeable.