sense of movement

NOUN
  1. the ability to feel movements of the limbs and body
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How To Use sense of movement In A Sentence

  • Invest in floaty fabrics that bring a sense of movement without being too voluminous. Times, Sunday Times
  • About a pair of two - out liner, but also strengthen sense of movement as a whole.
  • So this fairly long exposure gives the sense of movement. Smithsonian Mag
  • In phonetics, the sense of movement in speech consists of the stress, quantity, and timing of syllables.
  • So this fairly long exposure gives the sense of movement. Smithsonian Mag
  • That tune touches on Evans a great deal in its chording and harmonies, and Reilly also has much of Evans's instinct for constantly relaunching solos from new melodic locations, so the music always conveys a sense of movement and dynamism.
  • To create sense of movement, some flying debris are added.
  • Closest to the camera, one young man turns toward another with an electric sense of movement, seemingly oblivious to Lawton's presence.
  • There's something extraordinary about an industrial robot at work - mainly because of their truly balletic sense of movement, full of precision and elegance.
  • Of all the problems faced by painters, illustrators and still photographers, one of the most difficult is conveying the sense of movement and motion.
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