mover

Primary Meanings of mover

1.
n
someone who moves
2.
n
(parliamentary procedure) someone who makes a formal motion
Full Definitions of mover
1

n someone who moves

Types:
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advancer
someone who advances
ascender
someone who ascends
coaster
someone who coasts
descender
someone who descends
hitter, striker
someone who hits
lunger
someone who moves forward suddenly (as in fencing)
puller
someone who applies force so as to cause motion toward herself or himself
pusher, shover
someone who pushes
scrambler
a rapid mover; someone who scrambles
transferer, transferrer
someone who transfers something
traverser
someone who moves or passes across
abseiler, rappeller
a person who descends down a nearly vertical face by using a doubled rope that is wrapped around the body and attached to some high point
climber, mounter
someone who ascends on foot
nudger
someone who nudges; someone who gives a gentle push
slapper, spanker
a hitter who slaps (usually another person) with an open hand
transferor
(law) someone who conveys a title or property to another
walloper
a very hard hitter
wrester
someone who obtains something by pulling it violently with twisting movements
jerker, yanker
someone who gives a strong sudden pull
Type of:
traveler, traveller
a person who changes location

n workman employed by a moving company

“the movers were very careful with the grand piano”
Types:
remover
someone who works for a company that moves furniture
Type of:
working man, working person, workingman, workman
an employee who performs manual or industrial labor

n a company that moves the possessions of a family or business from one site to another

Synonyms:
moving company, public mover, removal company, removal firm
Type of:
company
an institution created to conduct business
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n (parliamentary procedure) someone who makes a formal motion

Synonyms:
proposer
Types:
nominator
someone who proposes a candidate for appointment or election
Type of:
conceiver, mastermind, originator
someone who creates new things

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