Definition of Motivity

1. Noun. The power or ability to move.

Exact synonyms: Locomotion, Motive Power
Generic synonyms: Mobility
Derivative terms: Locomote, Locomotive, Motive



Definition of Motivity

1. n. The power of moving or producing motion.

Definition of Motivity

1. Noun. The power or ability to move ¹

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Definition of Motivity

1. the ability to move [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Motivity

motivative
motivative(a)
motivator
motivators
motive
motive(a)
motive power
motived
motiveless
motivelessly
motivelessness
motives
motivic
motiving
motivities
motivity (current term)
motley
motley crew
motley crews
motley fool
motleyer
motleyest
motleys
motlier
motliest
motmot
motmots
moto-cross
moto-x
motocross

Literary usage of Motivity

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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1900)
"In a verbal communication to the Royal Society of Edinburgh in- 1876, under the title " Thermodynamic motivity," I suggested the name ..."

2. The Moral Law: Or, The Theory and Practice of Duty; an Ethical Text-book by Edward John Hamilton (1902)
"motivity ETHICS. 1. motivity and Perfection ethics may be classed together ... motivity ethics is more intelligible and defensible than Perfection ethics. ..."

3. Mathematical and Physical Papers by William Thomson Kelvin, Joseph Larmor (1882)
"L. ON THERMODYNAMIC motivity. AFTER having for some years felt with Professor Tait the want of a word " to express the Availability for work of the heat in ..."

4. A Manual of Physics: Being an Introduction to the Study of Physical Science by William Peddie (1896)
"Thermodynamic motivity. — We have already seen (§ 267) that the efficiency of a heat engine is represented by hi— fro In a perfect engine this becomes ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"We speak of a distribution of heat in a body or system of bodies as having motivity, and we may regard it from without or from, within the system. ..."

6. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1894)
"absolute zero of temperature, and in this case the motivity of a quantity of heat is equal ... The motivity of any quantity is simply its practical value, ..."

7. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1894)
"absolute zero of temperature, and in this case the motivity of a quantity of heat is equal to ... The motivity of any quantity is simply its practical value ..."

8. Treatise on Thermodynamics by Peter Alexander (1892)
"... doing work possessed by the quantity of heat dH, in virtue of its being in a body of temperature t, has been called by Sir William Thomson its motivity. ..."

9. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1900)
"In a verbal communication to the Royal Society of Edinburgh in- 1876, under the title " Thermodynamic motivity," I suggested the name ..."

10. The Moral Law: Or, The Theory and Practice of Duty; an Ethical Text-book by Edward John Hamilton (1902)
"motivity ETHICS. 1. motivity and Perfection ethics may be classed together ... motivity ethics is more intelligible and defensible than Perfection ethics. ..."

11. Mathematical and Physical Papers by William Thomson Kelvin, Joseph Larmor (1882)
"L. ON THERMODYNAMIC motivity. AFTER having for some years felt with Professor Tait the want of a word " to express the Availability for work of the heat in ..."

12. A Manual of Physics: Being an Introduction to the Study of Physical Science by William Peddie (1896)
"Thermodynamic motivity. — We have already seen (§ 267) that the efficiency of a heat engine is represented by hi— fro In a perfect engine this becomes ..."

13. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"We speak of a distribution of heat in a body or system of bodies as having motivity, and we may regard it from without or from, within the system. ..."

14. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1894)
"absolute zero of temperature, and in this case the motivity of a quantity of heat is equal ... The motivity of any quantity is simply its practical value, ..."

15. The Theory of Heat by Thomas Preston (1894)
"absolute zero of temperature, and in this case the motivity of a quantity of heat is equal to ... The motivity of any quantity is simply its practical value ..."

16. Treatise on Thermodynamics by Peter Alexander (1892)
"... doing work possessed by the quantity of heat dH, in virtue of its being in a body of temperature t, has been called by Sir William Thomson its motivity. ..."

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