|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Moving constantly, like the spheres.|
|Gently she moved in the calmness of beauty,|
Moved as the bough to the light breeze of morning.
| Moving like heaven still in the self-same moving.|
|A wizard wind did faintly move,|
Like a whisper through a dream.
| When everything moves equally, nothing moves apparently: as on a ship.|
|Moving, like a skeptics thought,|
Out of nowhere into naught.
James Whitcomb Riley
| Moved one like the finest eloquence.|