Incession

In┬Ěces'sion noun [ Latin incedere , incessum , to walk.] Motion on foot; progress in walking. [ Obsolete] « The incession or local motion of animals.» Sir T. Browne.
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Incession

• (n.) Motion on foot; progress in walking.
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