moved Definition

  • 1having been affected emotionally, especially with sympathy or sadness
  • 2changed in position or place

Using moved: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "moved" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I was deeply moved by her story.

  • Example

    The furniture was moved to the other side of the room.

  • Example

    The company has moved its headquarters to a new location.

moved Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with moved

  • to progress or advance from a previous situation or experience


    It's time to move on from this relationship and start fresh.

  • to begin living in a new residence


    They're planning to move in together next month.

  • to leave a residence or dwelling


    The tenants are moving out at the end of the month.


Summary: moved in Brief

The term 'moved' [muːvd] can refer to being emotionally affected, often with sympathy or sadness, as in 'I was deeply moved by her story.' It can also mean changing position or place, such as 'The furniture was moved to the other side of the room.' 'Moved' extends into phrases like 'move on,' meaning to progress from a previous situation, and 'move in' and 'move out,' referring to beginning or ending residence in a place.