Definition of Mooves

1. moove [v] - See also: moove



Lexicographical Neighbors of Mooves

mooted
mooter
mooters
mootest
moothill
moothills
mooting
mootings
mootman
mootmen
mootness
mootnesses
moots
moove
mooved
mooves (current term)
mooving
mop
mop-and-flop
mop-headed
mop handle
mop head
mop heads
mop squeezer
mop squeezers
mop the floor with someone
mop up
mop water
mopanes

Literary usage of Mooves

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hakluytus posthumus: Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and by Samuel Purchas (1906)
"The Element of water mooves not likewise with this ... but for the Aire (which is no point or our subject) it is most certaine that it mooves with a motion ..."

2. Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a History of the by Samuel Purchas (1906)
"... (as Aristotle and other Philosophers have held) but for the Aire (which is no point of our subject) it is most certaine that it mooves with a motion ..."

3. Hakluytus posthumus: Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and by Samuel Purchas (1906)
"The Element of water mooves not likewise with this ... but for the Aire (which is no point of our subject) it is most certaine that it mooves with a motion ..."

4. The Natural & Moral History of the Indies by José de Acosta (1880)
"... (as Aristotle and other Philosophers have held), but for the aire (which is the point of our subiect) it is most certaine that it mooves with a motion ..."

5. Miscellanea Scotica.: A Collection of Tracts Relating to the History (1818)
"... but if hee addresse his whole force, bee profits nothing; which mooves many people to bee wonderful merrie, when they consider such contrariety. ..."

6. Miscellanea Scotica: A Collection of Tracts Relating to the History by Henry Maule (1818)
"... hee profits nothing; which mooves many people to bee wonderful merrie, when they consider such contrariety. In Lennox is a great loch, ..."

7. Memoirs of the Lord Viscount Dundee and the Highland Clans: With an Account by Officer of the army, Charles Leslie, George Ridpath (1818)
"... but if hee addresse his whole force, hee profits nothing ; which mooves many people to bee wonderfull merrie, when they consider such contrariety. ..."

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