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Motility   /moʊtˈɪlɪti/   Listen
Motility

noun
1.
Ability to move spontaneously and independently.
2.
A change of position that does not entail a change of location.  Synonyms: motion, move, movement.  "Movement is a sign of life" , "An impatient move of his hand" , "Gastrointestinal motility"






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Words linked to "Motility" :   lurch, rotation, gesture, inversion, stretch, kneel, pitch, flit, saccade, prostration, quiver, jerking, abduction, inclining, headshake, stroke, adduction, span, reciprocation, mobility, movement, flutter, waver, circumduction, sitting, wiggle, squirm, everting, body English, snap, closing, wriggle, kneeling, immotility, toss, reach, foetal movement, eversion, eurhythmy, kicking, squatting, jerk, opening, agitation, pitching, vibration, inclination, eye movement, standing, dart, quivering, reclining, move, retroflection, change, squat, sweep, kick, flicker, headshaking, eurythmics, jolt, eurhythmics, straddle, motile, posing, retraction, fetal movement, retroflexion, wave, upending, shutting, rotary motion, eurythmy, disturbance, reaching



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