Greeted with derision in some corners and perplexity in others, the movement's new magazine launches at CPAC today.
Friendship is the trump card in the movement for equality, not etiology.
It's an open but dirty secret in liberal circles that their disdain for the Tea Party movement is tinged with jealousy.
late 14c., from Old French movement "movement, exercise; start, instigation" (Modern French mouvement), from Medieval Latin movimentum, from Latin movere (see move (v.)). In the musical sense of "major division of a piece" it is attested from 1776; in the political/social sense, from 1828. Related: Movements.
movement move·ment (mōōv'mənt)
The act or an instance of moving; a change in place or position.
An evacuation of the bowels; defecation.
In music, a self-contained division of a long work; each movement usually has its own tempo. A long, undivided composition is said to be in one movement.