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  • n  one whose prevailing mental imagery takes the form of inner feelings of action
  • s  (of spores or microorganisms) capable of movement

  • He "sees through" to the essential, motile miracle of livingor something like that; neither he nor Miss Gale can quite express it.
  • A woman "sweeps the pantry with her motile and patibulary eyes.
  • In his suburban New York studio in Hastings, overlooking the Hudson River, Lipchitz kneads and molds the clay that retains a motile suppleness even when translated into hard .

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