Part of speech:
Capable of moving or being moved from place to place
Exciting a deep, usually somber response
(Botany) Growing or directing upward from a curved or slanted base, as certain plant stems.
Emotionally touching; evoking pity, sympathy, etc.
Readily affected with or stirred by emotion:
To wander about; go from place to place, esp. over an extensive area, with no particular course or destination; roam
About to begin a certain grade or educational level:
(Idiomatic, nautical) With sails unfurled; powered by the wind.
That or who arouses or arouse.
Arousing or deserving of sympathetic sadness and compassion:
Characterized by, expressing, or exciting emotion:
The definition of eloquent is expressive and persuasive.
Tending or having the power to persuade:
Producing a strong impression or response; striking:
Capable of being impressed.
Arousing the emotions
Arousing the emotions
Arousing the emotions
Not affecting the emotions:
Marked by strong sexual desire; amorous or lustful.
Having gotten out of bed.
The definition of motive is causing action.
That provokes; esp., annoying or vexing
Firmly, often dogmatically held:
Not moving or changing; motionless
Having or making no motion.
Not expected to change in status, condition, or place:
Capable of moving or changing quickly from one state or condition to another:
Making or characterized by no sound or faint sound:
To serve or function as a substitute for another:
To displace is defined as to force something to move, to move from a usual place, or to replace.
To go about in the company of a particular group; associate:
To affect keenly or forcibly; impress:
To affect strongly, often favorably:
To provoke and urge on:
To cause to develop or progress:
To go rapidly; move swiftly
To excite or disturb the feelings of
To break up the quiet or serenity of; agitate (what is quiet or still)
To cause to have emotional or mental problems that interfere with social functioning:
To rouse is to bring someone out of sleep, or to stir up an emotion.
To move from one place to another; esp., to leave one's country and settle in another
To transfer oneself or be transferred; move
To cover, fill, or affect with lead; as, continuous firing leads the grooves of a rifle.
To put spirit into; give life or courage to; cheer; exhilarate
To cause (a body or soul, for example) to become alive; vitalize.
To have weight or influence.
To stimulate is to excite, to invigorate or to spark someone's interest.
To cause by inciting; foment
To incite or stimulate:
(Intransitive) To change the direction of motion after hitting an obstacle.
To go easily and unhurriedly; walk in a leisurely manner
To go along or move about on foot at a moderate pace
To reverse one's or its course; start to move, go, etc. in the opposite direction
The definition of an example of suggest is to propose something or offer up a potential option for consideration.
(Intransitive, figuratively) To move mentally; to go in imagination.
To go with light running steps; scamper.
To walk at a leisurely pace; stroll.
To run or advance in a rapid or easy manner.
To put forward for consideration, discussion, or adoption; suggest:
To cause (someone) to accept a point of view or to undertake a course of action by means of argument, reasoning, or entreaty:
To gesture indicating a desired movement.
To get going; move along.
(Intransitive) To wind or turn in a course or passage; to be intricate.
To move along easily, with a long, swinging stride or in an easy canter
Kindle is defined as to start a fire, flame or light.
To drive with or as with a goad; prod into action; urge on
To move by or pass gradually and almost unnoticed, as time
To move from one place to another in large numbers:
To withdraw from or vacate a place or area, especially as a protective measure:
To go or be conveyed in a vehicle
To be carried along by circumstances; go along aimlessly
The act of granting a deed in property to another.
To move or go slowly or feebly
To move or be directed toward each other or toward the same place, purpose, or result
To go down an incline, as on a sled
To set off an event or action.
To budge is to move or change something a little.
To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
To introduce is defined as to present, put in, begin or bring in.
To act quickly or impulsively:
To undergo a sudden and pronounced increase:
Climb means to move up or increase gradually, or to move up and around using your feet.
To bustle is defined as to hurry.
To move or act with speed or haste.
(Intransitive) To be carried or supported by something lightly and quickly; to travel in such a way, as though on horseback. [from 10th c.]
March is defined as to walk in a steady way or to a beat, or to cause to go.
Cross is defined as to go from one side to another or to mark with intersecting lines.
To be successful in coming or going:
To put into motion, circulation, or use
The definition of galvanize is to inspire or stimulate someone to act, or to apply an electric current.
Foment is defined as to cause trouble, or to treat the skin with warm water or lotions.
Trigger is defined as to fire a gun or to start a series of events or emotions.
To cause to feel resentment or indignation.
To cause inflammation in (some organ or tissue)
To be caused; result
To put something out of its usual place
To move or remove by agitating; to throw off by a jolting or vibrating motion.
To keep up in a race or contest:
To hold back; keep oneself (from doing something); forbear
To become calm:
To calm or soothe (a feeling, such as anger).
To deprive of courage or enthusiasm; discourage; depress; daunt
To prevent or try to prevent by disapproving or raising objections or obstacles
To influence the outcome or actions of (something) by improper or unlawful means:
To pause is defined as to stop for a brief period of time.
To stay while others go
To stir the emotions:
(--- Slang) To sell (a narcotic) illegally:
To come near to in place, time, character, or value; to draw nearer to.
(Intransitive) To move into a country from another one to stay permanently.
- Pathetic applies to that which arouses pity, compassion, or sympathetic sorrow, or pity mingled with contempt the pathetic sight of homeless children, a pathetic attempt at wit
- Touching is used of that which arouses tender feelings, as of sympathy, gratitude, etc. a touching little gift
- Affecting applies to that which stirs the emotions, as to tears the affecting scene of their reunion
- Poignant is applied to that which is sharply painful to the feelings the poignant cry of a lost child
- Moving implies a general arousing or stirring of the emotions or feelings, sometimes, specif., of pathos her moving plea for help
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