conmovían
-they were moving
The word conmovían is the imperfect form of conmover in the third person plural.
See the full conmover conjugation

conmover

De hecho, las cartas de Francisco Javier conmovían a la juventud universitaria de toda Europa.
In fact, the letters of Francis Xavier influenced the young university students all over Europe.
Sus propias palabras, que conmovían los corazones de la multitud y confundían a sus astutos adversarios, testificaban del poder de aquel Espíritu que él había prometido a sus seguidores.
His own words, that moved the hearts of the multitude, and brought to confusion His wily adversaries, witnessed to the power of that indwelling Spirit which He had promised to His followers.
Aquellas palabras de Kennedy al pueblo de Berlín conmovían el ánimo hondamente.
Those words from Kennedy to the people of Berlin were deeply moving.
Encontró esta belleza divina no solo en la magia del teatro, sino también en la poesía de las palabras, en una fórmula matemática; y quizás, de una manera suprema, en la forma humana, en las imágenes del cuerpo que le conmovían.
He found this divine beauty not simply in the magic of theatre, but in the poetry of words, in a mathematical formula; and perhaps supremely, in the human form; in the body-images that moved him.
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