com·mo·ve·o[1]

  1. disturb
  2. excite
  3. shake
  4. to move violently
  5. upset

Synonyms for commoveo

  • accendoarouse, excite, illuminate, incite, inflame, to kindle, to rouse up
  • attolloelevate, exalt, excite, lifet up, to exalt, to raise
  • concitoarouse, excite, stir up, to move violently
  • concutioagitate, alarm, disturb, shake, shatter, terrorize, to shake together, to strike together
  • contremiscobe afraid of, quake, shake, to tremble
  • contremoshake, to tremble
  • differobe different, defer, delay, disturb, harrass, postpone, spread news, to delay, to differ, to hesitate, to spread about, to spread news
  • infirmoannull, disprove, invalidate, shake, to weaken
  • inhorrescoquiver, shake, shudder, to begin to bristle
  • irritoexasperate, excite, to irritate

Similar to commoveo

  • commoneorecollect, to impress upon one, to remember, to remind, to remind someone forcibly of somthing
  • commotioagitation
  • commodoadapt, oblige, please, serve, to make fit
  • commodumcomfort, convenience, favorable condition, opportunity, profit, requirements, suitable time, tage, use
  • commoduscommodious, fit, proper, useful, welcome
  • commorantesinhabitants
  • commororabide, inhabit, linger, remain, stay, to sojourn
  • commotusdisordered, moved
  • moveoaffect, arouse, influence, to move
  • commeoback and forth, in and out, To go up and down