from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Changing or capable of changing position: a moving target.
- adj. Relating to or involved in a transfer of furnishings from one location to another: moving expenses; moving van.
- adj. Causing or producing motion.
- adj. Involving a motor vehicle in motion: a moving violation.
- adj. Arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion: a moving account of the tragedy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That moves or move.
- adj. That causes someone to feel emotion.
- v. Present participle of move.
- n. The relocation of goods
- n. A causing of a movement
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Changing place or posture; causing motion or action.
- adj. Exciting movement of the mind or feelings; adapted to move the sympathies, passions, or affections; touching; pathetic.
- n. The act of changing place or posture; esp., the act of changing one's dwelling place or place of business.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Causing to move or act; impelling; instigating; persuading; influencing: as, the moving cause of a dispute.
- Exciting the feelings, especially the tender feelings; touching; pathetic; affecting.
- n. Movement; motion; impulse.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in motion
- adj. arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion
- adj. used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion
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And I saw all kinds of incomprehensible things moving, yes, _moving_, in those eyes of his.
And she also did some "inexpensive Web-based advertising" which also got the word moving among readers.
Its eye opening to see Takashi so happy in moving from a large Las Vegas Restaurant at The Wynn to a neighborhood restaurant where the dishwasher is in a basement that has a 5 foot ceiling.
Children of Violence is the collective name for the five books about Martha Quest, Lessing's alter ego, who, in moving from a colonial existence to the British class hierarchy, is swept away by her dreams and primary instincts.
DEADBEATS, the title moving online, features a gang of passionate vampires and the mortals who try to destroy them.
Now he really did bring new definition to the term moving Saturday yesterday.
This means the game can only be legally sold to adults and might lead to the title moving less copies than expected in the nation that made the initial StarCraft a national sport, which spawned the PC bang phenomenon and the creation of numerous e-sports leagues that in turn created generations of star players.
Someone recently pointed out that the term moving at a
"Ensemble is, as I'm sure you know, forming a new company, and they will be helping us support the title moving forward, so: bug patches, any kind of fixes - we'll have all those folks available to work on it," Jason Pace, lead producer for Halo wars and MGS overseer of the Halo franchise, told
Reflecting in the midst of action—what we call moving off the dance floor and getting on the balcony—is a powerful way to do this.