levitate

[ lev-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF levitate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEVITATE

There were supposed to be men who could levitate—fly through the air at will.

My body seemed to be of ethereal substance, ready to levitate.

He looked at the buttons on the dash, wondering which would make it levitate.

My rat cannot levitate cheese-crumbs weighing more than 1.7 grams.

I did not levitate, because the feebleness of her call indicated she might be hurt and on the ground.

They circled the Pentagon with hundreds of protestors and said a magic spell that was supposed to levitate it.

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