motor image n.
The cerebral image of possible body movements.
This motor image, set of strains, or whatever it be, is more than a mere standard by which we judge the present verse.
They believe this always happens and that therefore a motor image is an impossibility.
(c) The motor image is a close competitor with the auditory for second place.
It is at the point for finishing and releasing the set of strains which constitute the motor image of the verse.