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Synonyms
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Meaning:
agile

moving, acting, quickly and easily

physically or mentally nimble, deft

agitation

the act of moving or shaking (of a liquid)

shaking, mixing

dynamics

a branch of physics dealing with matter in motion

movement, action

electric

(of machinery, systems, objects etc) of, worked by, capable of producing, electricity

energetic

emotive

causing a strong emotional response

emotional

exciting

causing strong feelings of pleasure, interest etc

inspiring, exhilarating

expressive

showing feelings, personality etc

telling, revealing

graphic

of visual symbols (e.g. lettering, diagrams, drawings)

clear, explicit

impassioned

full of, showing, deep feeling

excited, vehement

imposing

making a strong impression because of size, character, appearance

impressive

impressive

having a strong effect on the mind and feelings

powerful, influential

indelible

that cannot be rubbed our or removed

not able to be erased, indestructible

lively

full of life and spirit; gay and cheerful

energetic, active, busy

motion

(the manner of) moving

movement, action

move

an act of changing position; an act of changing one's place

progress, deed

movement

(an act of) changing position; a main division of a musical work

motion, activity

moving

causing an effect on a person's feelings or emotions

affecting, exciting

pitiable

pitiful

pitiful

pitiful

feeling, showing, pity

in bad shape; poor

sensual

of the senses and not the mind; enjoying, of, physical pleasures such as eating and drinking and sex

physical, erotic

touching

causing a feeling of gratitude, sympathy etc; on the subject of

affecting, moving emotionally

upheaval

a great and sudden change

major change

vivid

(of colours etc) strong and bright; lively, active; clear and distinct

intense, powerful

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