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commove

commove

verb com·move \kə-ˈmüv, kä-\
com·movedcom·mov·ing

Definition of COMMOVE

transitive verb
1
:  to move violently :  agitate
2
:  to rouse intense feeling in :  excite to passion

Origin of COMMOVE

Middle English commoeven, from Anglo-French commoveir, from Latin commovēre, from com- + movēre to move
First Known Use: 14th century

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