"a constantly moving crowd"; "the moving parts of the machine"
arousing or capable of arousing deep emotion
"she laid her case of destitution before him in a very moving letter"- N. Hawthorne
used of a series of photographs presented so as to create the illusion of motion
"Her ambition was to be in moving pictures or `the movies'"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Pitiful originally signified full of pity; as, "the Lord is very pitiful and of tender mercy," James v, 11; but this usage is now archaic, and the meaning in question is appropriated by such words as merciful and compassionate. Pitiful and pitiable now refer to what may be deserving of pity, pitiful being used chiefly for that which is merely an object of thought, pitiable for that which is brought directly before the senses; as, a pitiful story; a pitiable object; a pitiable condition. Since pity, however, always implies weakness or inferiority in that which is pitied, pitiful and pitiable are often used, by an easy transition, for what might awaken pity, but does awaken contempt; as, a pitiful excuse; he presented a pitiable appearance. Piteous is now rarely used in its earlier sense of feeling pity, but in its derived sense applies to what really excites the emotion; as, a piteous cry. Compare HUMANE; MERCY; PITY.
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How to use moving in a sentence?
It could still mean less than ten and the date could still change ... It has been a moving feast and the dates have slipped up to now for the past months.
Within 10 seconds it went from, 'Wow, that's a fire' to 'We cannot be where we are and we need to be moving away from that,'.
In the city of Wuhan after one month since the adoption of the lockdown policy, we see a decreasing trend from the peak of the disease, here in Milan, the hardest-hit area by Covid-19, there isn't a very strict lockdown : public transportation is still working and people are still moving around, you're still having dinners and parties in the hotels and you're not wearing masks.
We have to get moving on this. We have to ensure that the studies move along quickly. We need a reality check.
We would not oppose moving forward with additional sanctions.
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- مؤثر, متحركArabic
- dojemná, dojemné, dojemnýCzech
- bewegend, rührendGerman
- liikuttava, liikkuva, koskettavaFinnish
- touchant, émouvantFrench
- megindító, megható, mozgóHungarian
- 感動的, 動くJapanese
- მოძრავი, ამაღელვებელიGeorgian
- bewegende, ontroerend, ontroerende, bewegendDutch
- comovente, moventePortuguese
- emoționantă, mișcător, emoționantRomanian
- волнующий, трогательный, движущийсяRussian
- rörande, rörligSwedish
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