move (v.) Old form(s): Mooude , mooue , mou'd , moue
move to anger, provoke, exasperate
AC II.ii.4[Enobarbus to Lepidus, of Antony] If Caesar move him, let Antony look over Caesar's head
Cor I.i.254[Brutus to Sicinius, of Martius] Being moved, he will not spare to gird the gods
JC IV.iii.58[Cassius to Brutus] When Caesar lived, he durst not thus have moved me
Per I.ii.51[Pericles to Helicanus] Thou hast moved us
Per II.iii.71[Simonides to Thaisa] Do as I bid you, or you'll move me else
R2 IV.i.32[Aumerle to all, of Bagot] I would he were the best / In all this presence that hath moved me so
RJ I.i.5[Sampson to Gregory] I strike quickly, being moved
RJ III.i.13[Mercutio to and of Benvolio] as soon moody to be moved
RJ IV.v.95[Friar to all, of the heavens] Move them no more by crossing their high will
TN III.iv.109[Sir Toby to Maria and Fabian, of Malvolio] Do you not see you move him?
Ven.623[Venus to Adonis, of a boar] Being moved, he strikes whate'er is in his way
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