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An act, or acts, of moving something, such as one's limbs
“Repetitive and apparently purposeful movements vary from simple hand clenching or rubbing, to more bizarre hand movements and walking.”
One's schedule for a given time period
“He gave an account of his movements for the day of the murder.”
One's location or whereabouts
“She strained to listen for some sound that would pinpoint his movements.”
Activities performed as an action or movement
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“I called him up and asked him to describe his movements on that day, and it turns out he remembers it vividly.”
The state of busy or vigorous actions or movements
A group of verbal or other unconscious habitual behaviors peculiar to an individual
Theatrical actions or activities employed as acting techniques to enhance a performance
Plural for the ability or capacity to move
“His movement is currently restricted because of an injury.”
Plural for a group working together to advance its shared political, social, or artistic ideas
“We're a social movement using sport to break down the marginalization of people with disabilities.”
Plural for a campaign undertaken by a political, social, or artistic movement
“His style of art was influenced by an artistic movement which used strong colors to produce powerful optical effects.”
Plural for a trend or tendency
“My movement towards a more active lifestyle has been a gradual one.”
(of goods, people etc.) Plural for the act of transporting
“We need several trucks to facilitate the movement of these supplies.”
Plural for the act of moving forward, usually towards a given goal
“Once everyone returns to work, we should be able to see some significant movement.”
Plural for a change or development
“It's a volatile stock, and constant movement in its value is common.”
Plural for the state or quality of being active
“We could tell there was plenty of movement in the crowded room next door.”
Plural for the tempo or speed of a beat
“We danced to the movement of the music.”
Plural for a principal division of a longer musical work
“The rapturous love music of the first movement is worthy of Wagner or Strauss.”
Plural for the moving parts of a mechanism, especially a clock or a watch
“Meanwhile, clock movements improved in design and manufacture over the years.”
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