mov·ing / ˈmoōving/ • adj. 1. in motion: a fast-moving river. 2. producing strong emotion, esp. sadness or sympathy: an unforgettable and moving book. 3. relating to the process of changing one's residence: moving expenses. 4. involving a moving vehicle: tickets for moving violations. DERIVATIVES: mov·ing·ly adv. (in sense 2).
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