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- (biology) having the power to move spontaneously
1993 May 6, Anthony Burgess, A Dead Man in Deptford, London: Hutchinson, ISBN 9780091779771, OL 1047075M:
- It seemed to him that, if there were a Holy Trinity as the churches taught, this must be unified through a manner of capillary action, Father merging into Son and both into Holy Ghost. So God is motile as the blood is.
- (psychology) of or relating to those mental images that arise from the sensations of bodily movement and position
Having the power to move spontaneously