[ US /ˈmoʊbəɫ/ ]
  1. affording change (especially in social status)
    upwardly mobile
    Britain is not a truly fluid society
    upwardly mobile
  2. migratory
    wandering tribes
    believed the profession of a peregrine typist would have a happy future
    a restless mobile society
    the nomadic habits of the Bedouins
  3. moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place)
    a mobile missile system
    the tongue is...the most mobile articulator
  4. capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another
    a highly mobile face
  5. having transportation available
  1. sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts can be set in motion by air currents
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How To Use mobile In A Sentence

  • A great deal of the nudge-nudge wink-wink routine by the young upwardly mobile male executives was the usual response to her presence.
  • You can do a lot of that from our facility, but eventually a mobile system to inspect parts on wing is where we are going to be positioned.
  • Use of a University-owned mobile telephone and mobile telephone airtime service is intended for official University business.
  • It had multiple shooters, multiple locations, mobile threats, willingness to fight the first responders and follow-on SWAT/commando units, well-equipped and well-trained operatives, and a willingness to die. Cliff Schecter: The Terrorist and the Terror Watch List
  • The mobile service is designed to bring the marriage bureau to the doorstep of the customer.
  • Indeed, so many of us now possess a handset that mobile phone sales have collapsed.
  • Add your stick or card of choice and it shows up in the mobile app, just as if you'd slotted it into a computer. Times, Sunday Times
  • The same mythologem is also active in Dylan's opus, where - with the inclusion of the deepest part of the psyche - came to the repetition and extension of the transformation process, explicitly expressed in Dylan's song "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again" from 1966: Expecting Rain
  • With automobile insurance, for example, an insurance company accepts part of the risk that you will be involved in a car accident. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • Mobile Internet services are part of this commitment and are forecast to play an important role in the future of mobile multimedia.
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