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Synonyms for moving

Synonyms for moving

capable of moving or being moved from place to place

exciting a deep, usually somber response

Antonyms for moving

in motion

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arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion

used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion

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The cause of the confusion was that while the Austrian cavalry was moving toward our left flank, the higher command found that our center was too far separated from our right flank and the cavalry were all ordered to turn back to the right.
As I stood sick and confused I saw again the moving thing upon the shoal--there was no mistake now that it was a moving thing--against the red water of the sea.
As long as any part of me remained in his dominion and in his view, the King kept exclaiming, "I see you, I see you still; you are not moving." But when I had at last moved myself out of his Line, he cried in his shrillest voice, "She is vanished; she is dead." "I am not dead," replied I; "I am simply out of Lineland, that is to say, out of the Straight Line which you call Space, and in the true Space, where I can see things as they are.
"You asked about moving mountains two or three weeks ago."
Now they were moving rapidly in pursuit of us, all well within the radius of a mile.
She was saucy the next, moving her head up and down, making "eyes" at Robert and making "mouths" at Beaudelet.
The sound, increasing in volume, proclaimed the fact that whatever caused it was moving in his direction and moving rapidly.
"Thank you," said the Wolf, moving away, "but you must excuse me; I have just had a saddle of shepherd."
Therefore, when I heard that my son was supposed to be fascinated by a dancer, I knew what that usually meant in Society, and confided in her being a dancer at the Opera, where young men moving in Society are usually fascinated.'
"It is impossible," they said, moving away; "our king has no skeleton; he was stuffed."
Damon named a certain comic moving picture star in whose horse-play Mr.