Ashley Blanchet churns through “The locomotion,” as Little Eva, who, of course, baby sat for King and Goffin.
locomotion becomes feeble and tottering, the voice harsh, the intellect obtuse and powerless, and all the senses blunted.
This apparatus combines the functions of locomotion and respiration.
This was an unwieldy and cumbersome medium of locomotion, but it rendered good service, nevertheless.
If she was vain of anything, it was of her powers of locomotion.
Having recovered her power of locomotion, Lucile dashed for the outer door.
The suggestion of locomotion depends furthermore on anatomy.
The Lamellibranchiata are without a head, and almost entirely destitute of power of locomotion.
The organs of locomotion are something altogether different.
Restrictions were imposed on their locomotion, but without much practical restraint.
1640s, formed in English from Latin loco "from a place" (ablative of locus "place") + motionem (nominative motio) "motion, a moving."