Moving and Sluggish

Moving

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Moving adjective – Having the power to affect the feelings or sympathies.
Sluggish is an antonym for moving.
Nearby Words: move, moved, movement, mover, movable
Antonyms for Moving

Sluggish

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Sluggish adjective – Moving or proceeding at less than the normal, desirable, or required speed.
Moving is an antonym for sluggish in dull topic.
Nearby Words: sluggishness, sluggishly
Antonyms for Sluggish
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Things that words describes

performance moving performance sluggish performance
man moving man sluggish man
speed moving speed sluggish speed
ship moving ship sluggish ship
Other nouns: enemy, projectiles, performances.

Both words in one sentence

  • The Chimera-possessed Scarecrows of Devil May Cry 4 were just as sluggish as the usual scarecrows, rarely attacking and moving slowly, waiting to die.
  • Achilles' Heel In contrast, vipers are sluggish, slow-moving snakes with wickedly fast and unpredictable strikes.
  • Comic Book / Cerebus the Aardvark Getting out of bed is a massive struggle for him, and even when he's finally up and moving he's slow and sluggish, with a tendency to drift right back to sleep as soon as he comes to a stop.
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