Definition of locomote
: to move about
Examples of locomote in a sentence
<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
Rhymes with locomote
anecdote, antidote, assault boat, asymptote, billy goat, Capriote, cashmere goat, casting vote, Corfiote, creosote, dead man's float, entrecôte, ferryboat, flying boat, get one's goat, Huhehot, matelote, miss the boat, morning coat, motorboat, mountain goat, nanny goat, overcoat, paddleboat, papillote, passing note, pedal-note, petticoat, picketboat, polo coat, powerboat, quarter note, redingote, riverboat, rock the boat, rubythroat, Shabuoth, Sialkot, sixteenth note, sticky note, sugarcoat, symbiote, table d'hôte, undercoat, yellowthroat
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