CAN YOU ACE THIS QUIZ ABOUT “COMPLIMENT” VS. “COMPLEMENT”?
Origin of moving
OTHER WORDS FROM movingmov·ing·ly, adverb
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Example sentences from the Web for movingly
What does Gil want from me, a sentence about how movingly the Haredim pray?
His anger over her death (which movingly spills out every dozen pages or so) overrides his desire to “move on” from her death.3 Must Reads: ‘Kayak Morning,’ ‘Mr. g,’ and ‘Alex Gilvarry’|Hillary Kelly, Mythili Rao, Jacob Silverman|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But that is also, Dyer argues (convincingly, movingly, and sometimes confusingly) how the war was for those who fought it.Geoff Dyer's 'The Missing of the Somme' Reconsidered|Louisa Thomas|November 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
I speak flippantly; but as a matter of fact the story of Edward and Sally is not free from tragedy, very simply and movingly told.
What, indeed, has become of that mystery of the Printed Word, of which Carlyle so movingly wrote?Prose Fancies|Richard Le Gallienne
This is movingly represented in a poem of our author's, published in his remains called Hudibras at Court.The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland (1753)|Theophilus Cibber
Young Spaniard movingly but vainly pleads for death instead of whipping.The Shirley Letters from California Mines in 1851-52|Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe
Appletree, for his part, spoke so movingly that the people all wept with him.South London|Sir Walter Besant