Mass Movement

Science / Geology / Mass Movement: A downhill movement of soil or fractured rock under the force of gravity.

Other Words for Mass

Mass Noun Synonyms: pile, heap, mountain, load, stack, mound, bunch, bundle, lot, batch, quantity, hoard, store, collection, accumulation, aggregation, agglomeration, congeries, assortment, miscellany, assemblage, conglomeration
Mass Verb Synonyms: abundance, quantity, profusion, volume, multitude, horde, host, mob, crowd, throng, drove(s), herd(s), swarm(s), legion(s), score(s), number(s), bunch(es), ton(s), mountain, piles, bags, barrels, oodles, lots, oceans, loads, scads, mess, slew(s)
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Other Words for Movement

Movement Noun Synonyms: repositioning, move, motion, relocation, moving, migration, shift, transfer, flow, displacement
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Movement

Entertainment / Music / Movement: Complete, self-contained part within a larger musical work. MORE

Molar Mass

Science / Chemistry / Molar Mass: The mass of one mole of a material. For example, the molar mass of H2O is 18.015 g (obtained by adding twice the molar mass of hydrogen to the molar mass of oxygen). MORE

Medical Massage

Health / Massage / Medical Massage: The application of massage techniques to treat specific physical conditions, sometimes by diagnosis of a physician. Medical-massage therapists have extended training. MORE

Maya Abdominal Massage

Health / Massage / Maya Abdominal Massage: Maya Abdominal Massage is a noninvasive, external, massage technique. It guides internal abdominal organs into their proper position for optimum health and well-being. Maya massage improves organ func MORE

Movement Therapy

Health / Massage / Movement Therapy: A variety of techniques that utilize movement reeducation and proper body mechanics in combination with massage or soft-tissue manipulation. After observing the client, the therapist will determine wh MORE

Multi-Dimensional Movement Arts

Health / Massage / Multi-Dimensional Movement Arts: Multi-Dimensional Movement Arts (MDMA), water version, is the art of using movement in the medium of water to create dynamic balance. Specific actions, patterns, and waveforms promote reorganization, MORE

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