move (v.) 1
arouse, affect, stir [by emotion]
Cym IV.ii.375 [Lucius to disguised Innogen] Thou mov'st no less with thy complaining than / Thy master in bleeding
Ham IV.v.171 [Laertes to Ophelia] Hadst thou thy wits, and didst persuade revenge, / It could not move thus
KJ III.i.217 [King John to all, of King Philip's response to Constance] The King is moved, and answers not to this
KL I.iv.271 [Albany to Lear] I am ignorant / Of what hath moved you
LC 101 [of the man] if men moved him, was he such a storm
TC V.ii.37 [Ulysses to Troilus] You are moved, Prince
TG II.i.166 [Speed to Valentine] [I] would fain have meat ... be moved [i.e. take pity; also: be persuaded to go to dinner]
Tim I.i.34 [Poet to Painter, of someone in his picture for Timon] How big imagination / Moves in this lip!
Tim I.ii.110 [Third Lord to Timon] you moved me much
TNK [Arcite to Theseus] 'tis to me / A thing as soon to die as thee to say it, / And no more moved [i.e. I will die with as little emotion as you will take to order our death]
TS II.i.194 [Petruchio to Katherina] Myself am moved to woo thee for my wife