* * *mo·til·i·ty mō-'til-ət-ē n, pl -ties the quality or state of being motile: CONTRACTILITY <gastrointestinal \motility>
* * *mo·til·i·ty (mo-tilґĭ-te) 1. spontaneous movement. 2. the ability to move spontaneously.
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