Definition of Mooving

1. moove [v] - See also: moove



Lexicographical Neighbors of Mooving

mooter
mooters
mootest
moothill
moothills
mooting
mootings
mootman
mootmen
mootness
mootnesses
moots
moove
mooved
mooves
mooving (current term)
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
mopani

Literary usage of Mooving

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

1. The Comedies and Tragedies of George Chapman: Now First Collected by George Chapman (1873)
"... mooving and breaking with a cracke about Capriccio, he enters with a payre of Bellows on his head, ..."

2. An Apologie for Poetrie by Philip Sidney (1891)
"And that mooving is of a higher degree then teaching, it may by this appeare, that it is wel nigh the cause and the effect of teaching. ..."

3. Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron by Ernest Rhys (1897)
"And that mooving is of a higher degree then teaching, it may by this appeare : that it is wel nigh the cause and the ..."

4. Old Ballads: Historical and Narrative, with Some of Modern Date by Thomas Evans (1810)
"And thus amazed as I stand, Not feeling sense, nor mooving hand, My soul with silence-mooving sense, Doth wish of God with reverence, Long life and virtue ..."

5. Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron by Ernest Rhys (1897)
"And that mooving is of a higher degree then teaching, it may by this appeare : that it is wel nigh the cause and the effect of teaching. ..."

6. The Natural & Moral History of the Indies by José de Acosta (1880)
"... bodies being the efficient cause of the mooving of the ayre, it must of necessitie be more quicke and light, ..."

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