mo·ti[1]

  1. affect
  2. arouse
  3. influence
  4. to move

Phrases with the word moti


Synonyms for moti

  • accendoarouse, excite, illuminate, incite, inflame, to kindle, to rouse up
  • concitoarouse, excite, stir up, to move violently
  • contineoaffect, befall, border on, confine, connect, contain, grasp, hold together, include, infect, join, keep together, reach, restrain, surround, to contian, to hold, to hold back, to keep in, to keep togethere, to touch
  • curvoarch, curve, influence, to bend, to bow
  • ducocommand, consider, considered, construct, count, delay, draw, draw in, esteem, influence, marry a wife, mislead, reckon, shape, spend, to calculate, to charm, to draw, to lead, to lead on the march
  • erigoarouse, encourage, incite, raise, raise up, set up, to arouse, to erect
  • inducoanull, bring in, conduct, cover, decide, erase writing, induce, influence, introduce, lead, persuade, put on clothing, revoke, to bring, to lead, to lead in
  • inductuminduce, influence, introduce, to lead in
  • induxinduce, influence, introduce, to lead in
  • inflectoaffect, bow, change, curve, sway, to bend, to warp

Similar to moti

  • moderamendirection, management
  • moderorconduct, diminish, direct, govern, manage, measure, mitigate, play an instrument, take with moderation, temper, to guide, to moderate
  • modestediscreetly, meekly
  • modestiameekness, moderation
  • modestusmeek, moderate, orderly, restrained, within bounds
  • modicalimited, moderate, undistinguished, within bounds
  • modicusmeager, ordinary, scanty, undistinguished, within bounds
  • modioa bushel basket, a grain measure
  • modiusbushel, peck
  • modoat another, at one time, just now, now, only