Idioms for move

Origin of move

1200–50; Middle English meven, moven < Anglo-French moverLatin movēre

OTHER WORDS FROM move

coun·ter·move, nouncoun·ter·move, verb, coun·ter·moved, coun·ter·mov·ing.out·move, verb (used with object), out·moved, out·mov·ing.un·moved, adjective

synonym study for move

1. See advance. 22. See motion.
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Examples from the Web for unmoved

British Dictionary definitions for unmoved (1 of 2)

unmoved
/ (ʌnˈmuːvd) /

adjective

not affected emotionally
unchangedshare price remained unmoved

British Dictionary definitions for unmoved (2 of 2)

move
/ (muːv) /

verb

noun

Word Origin for move

C13: from Anglo-French mover, from Latin movēre
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Idioms and Phrases with unmoved

move

In addition to the idioms beginning with move

  • move a muscle
  • move heaven and earth
  • move in
  • move on
  • move up

also see:

  • get a move on
  • on the move

Also see undermover.

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