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locomotion

noun as in movement

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For instance building an internal library of the improvised gaits as a sort of “medium-term” memory, or using vision to predict the necessity of initiating a new style of locomotion.

What’s fun is the possibility that knuckle-walking might actually be the more recently evolved locomotion.

In their new animated film, Raya and the Last Dragon, the sidekick who transports the warrior princess also relies on rolling locomotion.

On Guam, smooth-barked trees are very rare, so the snakes probably haven’t needed to resort to lasso locomotion much.

According to the zoo, he now is working on his third technique of locomotion.

Ashley Blanchet churns through “The Locomotion,” as Little Eva, who, of course, baby sat for King and Goffin.

Probably those cast-iron wheels were ordered with a view to steam locomotion in the Cordilleras.

Many, well qualified to judge, were satisfied that it would prove more economical than steam locomotion.

His high-pressure steam-engine was the pioneer of locomotion and its wide-spreading civilization.

Hitherto, all motor-propelled cycles had used the power of the engine of whatever form it was merely as an aid to locomotion.

Their employment in locomotion would interfere seriously with their utility in this direction.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to locomotion, such as: action, mobility, motion, progression, travel, and travelling.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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