One family “watched as the heavy wooden bedroom dresser eerily began to levitate a few inches off the floor.”
His body appears to levitate—his left foot is off the ground.
Matilda wins through her intelligence and a blossoming superpower to levitate objects with her mind.
In private, they lift their eyes toward the ceiling when the Americans and Israelis levitate about an Iranian nuclear weapon.
“I can levitate,” he says, and he tries to get up from the couch, but he cannot.
He looked at the buttons on the dash, wondering which would make it levitate.
There were supposed to be men who could levitate—fly through the air at will.
They circled the Pentagon with hundreds of protestors and said a magic spell that was supposed to levitate it.
My rat cannot levitate cheese-crumbs weighing more than 1.7 grams.
My body seemed to be of ethereal substance, ready to levitate.
1670s, "to rise by virtue of lightness," from Latin levitas "lightness," patterned in English on gravitate. Sense of "raise (a person) into the air" is mainly from spiritualism (1870s). Related: Levitated; levitating.