View definitions for move
noun as in progress, deed
verb as in be in motion, put in motion
verb as in motivate, influence
The other songs go in to lesser percentages of “me” as you move along.
Those threats prompted Lozoya to move her family to California for a time until things cooled down, she said in an interview.
So not only will the GOP have control in the Senate, it will move the center of gravity on Capitol Hill hard to starboard.
Youssef said the jailings are not only driving the community underground but pushing many to move abroad.
The pilot had earlier called air-traffic control reporting heavy clouds and asked to move up to 38,000 feet from 32,000 feet.
Yet when I stop gazing the next impulse is to move on; for if I have time to rest anywhere, why not at home?
Why, the skule committy are goin' to hold a meetin' up here to say whether they'll move the skule house or the cats.
Aunt Ri was looking forward to the rest with great anticipation; she was heartily tired of being on the move.
Wait patiently until your side move over from the Opposition to the Government benches.
He was a good judge of men, that eagle-faced major; he knew that the slightest move with hostile intent would mean a smoking gun.
On this page you'll find 452 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to move, such as: act, action, change, maneuver, measure, and motion.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.