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moved

[ moovd ]
/ muvd /
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adjective

(of the mind or feelings) affected with emotion or passion; touched: Your unexpected kindness has left me grateful and deeply moved.Everyone was moved by the story of his capture and eventual rescue.
having been changed from one position or place to another: It’s obvious which are the moved objects—you can see the handprints in the dust.

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Origin of moved

First recorded in 1200–50; move + -ed2
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