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Adjective
In motion
“The pure joy of a dog with his nose to the horizon in a moving car is captured in this image.”
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Producing strong emotion, especially sadness or sympathy
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“In a moving scene, Rose confessed to Finn that she had ruined his attempt at self-sacrifice out of love.”
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Having the ability to motivate or inspire
“Though consigned today to the realm of collectors, Dolan was, in his time, a moving force in American music.”
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In working order
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“I had to send my laptop for repairs to get it moving again.”
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In a state of change
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“The weight is constantly moving and not static.”
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Able to persuade or convince
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Causing or creating excitement
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Providing inspiration
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Wandering from place to place, having no settled home
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Of or full of expression
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Grand and impressive in appearance
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The condition of being alive
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Having an imaginative or sensitively emotional style of expression
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Very difficult or impossible to forget
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Transported
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Moving about freely
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On the way towards
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Very good in standard or quality
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Moving or advancing by running
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Most noticeable or important
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Ongoing, or in progress
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Traveling very fast
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Filled with intense emotion or passion
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Not firmly fixed and likely to wobble or fall
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Full of life, spirit, energy, or movement
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Causing to function
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Having, or characterized by, a generous nature
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Passing or disappearing with time
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Showing or characterized by great energy and movement
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Above or beyond what is expected or normal
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Capable of being moved
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Of a substance that is flowing, and keeping no shape, such as water
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Coming or moving closer, inward, or towards a given destination
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A movement of animals or people from one region to another
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The act of, or ability to, move from place to place
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An advance or forward movement
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Wayfaring
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The act of loading data into a computer
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Propounding
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An intended action or deed
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The act of presenting or submitting a formal or official document
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The state or quality of being active
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To be triggering enthusiasm or eagerness
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“They excite readers with long narratives that move one's imagination to another level.”
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(rare) Instigating the curiosity or attention of someone
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Inducing someone to do something
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“His conscience or moral values would move him to take action to remedy the situation.”
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Present participle for to leave or exit
“When security showed up, we knew it was time to move.”
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Present participle for to go from one place to another
“We couldn't believe our luck when they asked us to move from Economy to Business Class.”
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Present participle for to get to a location by any means of motion
“I really don't think you need any help to move over there.”
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Present participle for to physically change the way something is as opposed to its original state
“Visitors were instructed not to move or touch any of the furnishings.”
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Present participle for to manually take and carry something and change its position or location
“We need to move the merchandise interstate tomorrow morning.”
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Present participle for to make a strong, lasting, or favorable impression on
“The documentary will move you deeply and profoundly.”
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Present participle for to change, progress, or develop in a specified way
“We must have a historical perspective if we want to be able to move forward progressively as a people and as a nation.”
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Present participle for to take action
“This time, police and security forces did not follow orders to move against the violent crowd.”
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Present participle for to change one's place of residence or work
“David had always wanted to move to Spain.”
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Present participle for to propose for discussion and resolution at a meeting or legislative assembly
“He will stress that local senators can move amendments to the legislation if they wish.”
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Present participle for to spend most of one's time with a specified social group
“We move in similar circles, attending the same formal dinners and charity functions.”
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Present participle for to change, progress, or develop in a specified way
“She would move from being a researcher to being a lecturer.”
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Present participle for to reconsider or change one's views
“I reserve the right to move my position on this matter should new information become available.”
Prepositional phrase
In the process of moving from one place or job to another
Adverb
Further forward in time or place
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