movingly movingly  /ˈmu vɪŋ li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a moving manner

Usage(s):

  1. Her cover-girl face disfigured with cuts and bruises, the former Charlie's Angel movingly conveys both the helplessness and the courage of a woman trapped in a nightmare.
  2. And all the while he's also contending, hilariously, but very movingly, with himself, a man as eccentric, trying and exasperating as they come.
  3. After her death was announced on Election Day eve, he spoke movingly of her at a final campaign appearance, tears streaming down his face.

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Quotes

  1. "Both presidents spoke very movingly about the threat and dangers of terrorism," Clinton said. "I think that they are committed to this conflict being resolved and their being able to produce more peace and security."
    on May 6, 2009 By: Hillary Rodham Clinton Source: Washington Post

  2. "In fascinating and compelling posts, soldiers write passionately, eloquently and movingly of their day-to-day lives, of their mission, and of the drama that unfolds daily around them," Trudeau said in a statement released by the Pentagon.
    on Oct 18, 2007 By: Garry Trudeau Source: NBC30.com

  3. "President Reagan had the ability to communicate directly and movingly to the American people, to understand both the hardships they felt in their lives and the hopes that they had for their country," said Mr. Obama as he spoke of his...
    on Jun 2, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: ABC News

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