move (v.) Old form(s): moou'd, mou'd , moue
appeal to, urge, exhort
AW I.ii.6[King to First Lord] the Florentine will move us / For speedy aid
CE II.ii.190[Antipholus of Syracuse to himself, of Adriana] she moves me for her theme
JC I.ii.166[Brutus to Cassius] For this present, / I would not ... / Be any further moved
TC III.iii.216[Patroclus to Achilles, of Ulysses' advice] To this effect, Achilles, have I moved you
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