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Spell check of moved

Correct spelling: moved

Synonyms:
run, passed, goaded, encouraged, stirred, jolted, conveyed, sent, changed, shoved, shifted, flowed, pushed, rapt, gone, executed, hauled, carted, expressed, affected, reacted, rammed, hurtled, transmitted, taken, bumped, prodded, elevated, propelled, let down, recommended, transited, worked, conducted, poked, lobbed, jostled, struck, flung, heaved, done, ran, remaining, launched, jerked, fomented, officiated, departed, carried, removed, prompted, touched, dispatched, impelled, acted, fermented, exercised, energized, performed, went, slung, comported, knocked, catapulted, left, perpetrated, thrust, enraptured, drawn, triggered, nudged, shot, appeared, transacted, stricken, inspired, induced, magnetized, delivered, forced, endeavored, thrown, instigated, coursed, transported, replaced, actuated, hurled, urged, labored, behaved, stimulated, enticed, relocated, hastened, captive, drove, functioned, driven, operated, withdrawn, punched, did, jogged, transferred, introduced, fired, proceeded, threw, borne, proposed, resident, bore, motivated, pitched, provoked, budged.

Antonyms:
unmoved.

Examples of usage:

1) He was deeply moved. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) For the first time in his life he understood what it was to be moved to tears. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) He took his arm away from her shoulders and moved farther off; he was not sure how far he might trust himself. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

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