commove

[kuh-moov]
verb (used with object), commoved, commoving.
to move violently; agitate; excite.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English commeven < Anglo-French commoveir, Middle French com(m)ovoir < Latin commovēre, equivalent to com- com- + movēre to move

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commove (kəˈmuːv)
 
vb
1.  to disturb; stir up
2.  to agitate or excite emotionally

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If information capacity is low, then contemporaneous consumption and labor commove strongly with lagged values of wealth.
The price of a consul bond with dividend flow equal to would perfectly commove with the price of housing.
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