1 workman employed by a moving company; "the movers were very careful with the grand piano"
2 (parliamentary procedure) someone who makes a formal motion [syn: proposer]
3 someone who moves
4 a company that moves the possessions of a family or business from one site to another [syn: public mover, moving company, removal firm, removal company]
- Rhymes: -uːvə(r)
- Someone who or something which moves.
- move (to change the place of a piece)
- to move
Mover may mean:
Ahasuerus, Ancient Mariner, Argonaut, Flying Dutchman, Goliard, Odysseus, Oisin, Ossian, Ulysses, abettor, actor, actuator, agent, agitator, ancestors, animator, apprentice, architect, artificer, artist, author, begetter, beginner, bird of passage, builder, cajoler, catalyst, causer, coax, coaxer, conceiver, constructor, craftsman, creator, designer, deviser, discoverer, doer, drifter, effector, encourager, energizer, engenderer, engineer, executant, executor, executrix, fabricator, father, firer, floater, fomenter, founder, gad, gadabout, gadfly, galvanizer, generator, go-about, grower, impeller, inaugurator, inciter, inducer, industrialist, initiator, inspirer, instigator, institutor, introducer, inventor, itinerant, journeyman, maker, manufacturer, master, master craftsman, medium, mother, moving spirit, operant, operative, operator, organizer, originator, parent, past master, peregrinator, peregrine, performer, peripatetic, perpetrator, persuader, planner, pleader, practitioner, precursor, prime mover, primum mobile, producer, prompter, raiser, rambler, realizer, roamer, rolling stone, rover, runabout, shaper, sire, smith, spark, spark plug, sparker, stimulator, straggler, stroller, strolling player, subject, tempter, troubadour, visitant, wanderer, wandering minstrel, wandering scholar, wheedler, worker, wright