1 It moved her with recollections.
2 Some way I don't feel moved to speak of things that trouble me.
3 A few, who intended to go over to the Cheniere for mass, were moving about.
4 She was visited by no more outbursts, moving her to such futile expedients.
5 She heard him moving about the room; every sound indicating impatience and irritation.
6 I will only say that if ever you feel moved to give it to me, perhaps I might help you.
7 I wonder if I shall ever be stirred again as Mademoiselle Reisz's playing moved me to-night.
8 "If it has turned to stone, still will I eat it," said Edna, moving with him into the house.
9 She was saucy the next, moving her head up and down, making "eyes" at Robert and making "mouths" at Beaudelet.
10 She looked down, noticing the black line of his leg moving in and out so close to her against the yellow shimmer of her gown.
11 It moved her to dreams, to thoughtfulness, to the shadowy anguish which had overcome her the midnight when she had abandoned herself to tears.
12 She was blindly following whatever impulse moved her, as if she had placed herself in alien hands for direction, and freed her soul of responsibility.
13 Without even waiting for an answer from her husband regarding his opinion or wishes in the matter, Edna hastened her preparations for quitting her home on Esplanade Street and moving into the little house around the block.
14 She would, through habit, have yielded to his desire; not with any sense of submission or obedience to his compelling wishes, but unthinkingly, as we walk, move, sit, stand, go through the daily treadmill of the life which has been portioned out to us.
15 Before dinner in the evening Edna wrote a charming letter to her husband, telling him of her intention to move for a while into the little house around the block, and to give a farewell dinner before leaving, regretting that he was not there to share it, to help out with the menu and assist her in entertaining the guests.