from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The act or an instance of moving; a change in place or position.
- noun A particular manner of moving.
- noun A change in the location of troops, ships, or aircraft for tactical or strategic purposes.
- noun A series of actions and events taking place over a period of time and working to foster a principle or policy.
- noun An organized effort by supporters of a common goal.
- noun A tendency or trend.
- noun A change in the market price of a security or commodity.
- noun An evacuation of the bowels.
- noun The matter so evacuated.
- noun The suggestion or illusion of motion in a painting, sculpture, or design.
- noun The progression of events in the development of a literary plot.
- noun The rhythmical or metrical structure of a poetic composition.
- noun Music A self-contained section of an extended composition.
- noun Linguistics In generative grammar, a transformation in which a constituent in one part of a syntactic structure is copied or displaced into a different location, creating a new structure.
- noun A mechanism, such as the works of a watch, that produces or transmits motion.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act or condition of moving, in any sense of that word.
- noun A particular act or motion; figuratively, a quality or effect as of motion.
- noun Action; incident.
- noun A course or series of actions or incidents moving more or less continuously in the direction of some specific end: as, the antislavery movement; a reactionary movement.
- noun The extent or value of commercial transactions for some specified time or place: as, the movement in coffee is insignificant.
- noun A particular form or arrangement of moving parts in mechanism: as, the movement of a watch (that is, all that part of a watch that is not the case); the movement of an organ or a pianoforte.
- noun Milit., a change of position of a body of troops in tactical or strategical evolutions.
- noun In music:
- noun Motion; melodic progression. See
- noun Rhythm; meter; accentual character: as, a march movement.
- noun Tempo; pace; relative speed of performance: as, with a quick movement.
- noun A principal division or section of an extended work, like a sonata or a symphony, having its own key, tempo, themes, and development, more or less distinct from the others.
- noun See the adjectives.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act of moving in space; change of place or posture; motion.
- noun Manner or style of moving.
- noun Transference, by any means, from one situation to another; a change of situation; progress toward a goal; advancement.
- noun Motion of the mind or feelings; emotion.
- noun The rhythmical progression, pace, and tempo of a piece.
- noun One of the several strains or pieces, each complete in itself, with its own time and rhythm, which make up a larger work.
- noun (Mech.) A system of mechanism for transmitting motion of a definite character, or for transforming motion; as, the wheelwork of a watch.
- noun A more or less organized effort by many people to achieve some goal, especially a social or artistic goal.
- noun (Med.) an elevation of the body temperature; a fever.
- noun (Med.) See
- noun an evacuation or stool; a passage or discharge.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
Physical motionbetween points in space.
- noun horology For a
clockwork, a clock, or a watch, a device that cuts time in equal portions.
- noun The
impressionof motion in an artwork, painting, novel etc.
- noun A
trendin various fields or social categories, a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals
- noun music A large division of a larger
- noun aviation An instance of an
aircrafttaking off or landing.
- noun baseball The
deviationof a pitchfrom ballisticflight.
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The process then consists in extracting from all the movements peculiar to all the figures an impersonal movement abstract and simple, _movement in general_, so to speak: we put this into the apparatus, and we reconstitute the individuality of each particular movement by combining this nameless movement with the personal attitudes.
Now it is this complete awareness, this brimfull interest in our own dynamic changes, in our various and variously combined facts of movement inasmuch as _energy_ and _intention, _ it is this sense of the _values of movement_ which
The wave, as has been described, is a concrete with an upward and a downward movement united; but its last constituent is that which most affects the ear and leaves upon it the stronger impression, and hence, especially if it be given with a wide interval, _its dominant characteristic will be that of the second movement_; for example, if the second movement be upward, the wave may express interrogation mingled with surprise or scorn; if the second movement be downward, the wave may express astonishment mingled with indignation.
The adage "buy cheap and sell dear," or its practical equivalent -- so scary and imitative are investors -- _Buy during the last of a selling movement and sell during the last of a buying movement_, resolves itself, we venture to repeat, into: _Buy when the decline caused by a panic has produced such liquidation that discounts and loans, after steady and long-continued diminution, either become stationary for a period or else increase progressively coincident with a steady increase in available funds; and sell for converse reasons_.
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Again, this movement is all about christianism and race.
This movement is a sort of walking masturbation for these clowns.
We may want to pretend that the militia movement is anything but a bunch of paranoid delusional xenophobes who are periodically whipped into a frenzy by a wealthy elite who are only conservative in the sense that they want to conserve their own power.
The teabagger/birther movement is a movement of white evangelicals, in which all the social concerns and issues of white evangelicals are publicly and proudly displayed.
HAGERTY: In an interview, Kremer explains that the movement is a big tent, including not just religious people but atheists and libertarians.