commove


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com·move

 (kə-mo͞ov′)
tr.v. com·moved, com·mov·ing, com·moves
1. To cause to move with force or violence; agitate; disturb.
2. To rouse strong feelings in; excite.

[Middle English commeven, from Old French commovoir, commeuv-, from Latin commovēre; see commotion.]

commove

(kəˈmuːv)
vb (tr)
1. to disturb; stir up
2. to agitate or excite emotionally

com•move

(kəˈmuv)

v.t. -moved, -mov•ing.
to move violently or intensely; agitate; excite.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Anglo-French commoveir, Middle French com(m)ovoir < Latin commovēre=com- com- + movēre to move]

commove


Past participle: commoved
Gerund: commoving

Imperative
commove
commove
Present
I commove
you commove
he/she/it commoves
we commove
you commove
they commove
Preterite
I commoved
you commoved
he/she/it commoved
we commoved
you commoved
they commoved
Present Continuous
I am commoving
you are commoving
he/she/it is commoving
we are commoving
you are commoving
they are commoving
Present Perfect
I have commoved
you have commoved
he/she/it has commoved
we have commoved
you have commoved
they have commoved
Past Continuous
I was commoving
you were commoving
he/she/it was commoving
we were commoving
you were commoving
they were commoving
Past Perfect
I had commoved
you had commoved
he/she/it had commoved
we had commoved
you had commoved
they had commoved
Future
I will commove
you will commove
he/she/it will commove
we will commove
you will commove
they will commove
Future Perfect
I will have commoved
you will have commoved
he/she/it will have commoved
we will have commoved
you will have commoved
they will have commoved
Future Continuous
I will be commoving
you will be commoving
he/she/it will be commoving
we will be commoving
you will be commoving
they will be commoving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been commoving
you have been commoving
he/she/it has been commoving
we have been commoving
you have been commoving
they have been commoving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been commoving
you will have been commoving
he/she/it will have been commoving
we will have been commoving
you will have been commoving
they will have been commoving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been commoving
you had been commoving
he/she/it had been commoving
we had been commoving
you had been commoving
they had been commoving
Conditional
I would commove
you would commove
he/she/it would commove
we would commove
you would commove
they would commove
Past Conditional
I would have commoved
you would have commoved
he/she/it would have commoved
we would have commoved
you would have commoved
they would have commoved
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.commove - cause to be agitated, excited, or rousedcommove - cause to be agitated, excited, or roused; "The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks"
hype up, psych up - get excited or stimulated; "The children were all psyched up after the movie"
disturb, trouble, upset - move deeply; "This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"
bother - make nervous or agitated; "The mere thought of her bothered him and made his heart beat faster"
pother - make upset or troubled
electrify - excite suddenly and intensely; "The news electrified us"
2.commove - change the arrangement or position ofcommove - change the arrangement or position of
scramble, beat - stir vigorously; "beat the egg whites"; "beat the cream"
toss - agitate; "toss the salad"
rile, roil - make turbid by stirring up the sediments of
poke - stir by poking; "poke the embers in the fireplace"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
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