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locomote

locomote

verb lo·co·mote \ˈlō-kə-ˌmōt\
lo·co·mot·edlo·co·mot·ing

Definition of LOCOMOTE

intransitive verb
:  to move about

Examples of LOCOMOTE

  1. <most babies begin to locomote—by crawling—when they are seven to ten months old>

Origin of LOCOMOTE

back-formation from locomotion
First Known Use: 1834

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