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Motile

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Definition

adjective

(1) Of, pertaining to, or relating to motility; capable of moving or self-propelling.

(2) Of, pertaining to the mental imagery arising mainly from sensations of bodily movement and position (in contrast to visual or auditory sensations).


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Word origin: Latin mōtus, motion.

Compare: sessile

Related forms: motility (noun)

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