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View definitions for move around

move around

verb as in circulate

verb as in circumnavigate

verb as in ring

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Americans move around a lot, making it hard to form attachments to any particular place.

It cannot be that the images that move around the world are just of one kind of person.

It was robust, easy to move around, relatively simple to operate, and deadly in its accuracy.

To survive, he constantly had to move around, relying on the goodness of others.

Most sex in Brooklyn was in the back of a Buick; a Ford was too small to move around in.

I haven't much room to move around here, and I don't see anything to eat, or drink.

I had to hold our acceleration down to two and a half gees because I had to be able to move around the ship.

"To move around near a heavy mass—in the presence of a strong gravitational field," Arcot said.

Would it pay us to move around in a half circle, and let them keep the old path?

All day long he tended his fires, his ankle aching horribly because he had to move around so much.

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On this page you'll find 107 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to move around, such as: rotate, travel, actuate, circle, gyrate, and mobilize.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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