Examples from the Web for locomotion
Ashley Blanchet churns through “The Locomotion,” as Little Eva, who, of course, baby sat for King and Goffin.‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’ Review: A Few Discordant Notes, But Damn Great Songs|Daniel Gross|January 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They had not acquired any powers of locomotion, but could just wriggle their tails like tadpoles.
This attitude is a sign that the power of locomotion is gone; he cannot pursue and attain any other object than God.
We now had to inaugurate a new kind of locomotion, which would have the advantage of being rapid and not fatiguing.A Journey to the Centre of the Earth|Jules Verne
British Dictionary definitions for locomotion
Word Origin for locomotion
Word Origin and History for locomotion
1640s, formed in English from Latin loco "from a place" (ablative of locus "place") + motionem (nominative motio) "motion, a moving."