Another word for moving
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These adjectives mean arousing or capable of arousing deep, usually somber emotion. Moving is the least specific: “A … widow … has laid her case of destitution before him in a very moving letter” (Nathaniel Hawthorne). Something stirring excites strong, turbulent, but not unpleasant feelings: a stirring speech about patriotism. Poignant suggests the evocation of keen, painful emotion: “Poignant grief cannot endure forever” (W.H. Hudson). Touching emphasizes sympathy or tenderness: a touching eulogy. Affecting applies especially to what is heart-rending or bittersweet: an affecting photo of the hostages' release.
Another word for movingadjective
Capable of moving or being moved from place to place:mobile, movable, transportable, traveling. See move
Exciting a deep, usually somber response:affecting, impressive, poignant, stirring, touching. See touch