Inactive and Moving


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Inactive adjective – Slow to move or act.
Moving is an antonym for inactive in lazy topic.
Nearby Words: inactivity, inaction, inactively
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Moving adjective – In motion.
Usage example: a constantly moving crowd

Inactive is an antonym for moving.
Nearby Words: move, moved, movement, mover, movable
Antonyms for Moving
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party inactive party moving party
corpse inactive corpse moving corpse
ship inactive ship moving ship
bodies inactive bodies moving bodies
Other nouns: robots.

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  • Video Game / XCOM: Enemy Unknown Hoist by His Own Petard: Mutons have an ability called "Intimidate" which they use after being wounded to try to get your soldiers to panic, which will have them act randomly by moving, shooting or hunkering down and ending their turn while making them immobile and inactive for the next turn.
  • Video Game / X-Men Legends The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: If the characters are left standing around inactive for a while, they will directly address the player and tell them to get things moving.Magneto: I command you to play this game NOW!!!
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