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volley

[ vol-ee ]
/ 藞v蓲l i /
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noun, plural vol路leys.
verb (used with object), vol路leyed, vol路ley路ing.
verb (used without object), vol路leyed, vol路ley路ing.
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Origin of volley

1565鈥75; <Middle French volee flight, noun use of feminine past participle of voler to fly <Latin vol膩re

OTHER WORDS FROM volley

vol路ley路er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for volley

volley
/ (藞v蓲l瑟) /

noun
verb

Derived forms of volley

volleyer, noun

Word Origin for volley

C16: from French vol茅e a flight, from voler to fly, from Latin vol膩re
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Medical definitions for volley

volley
[ v艔l膿 ]

n.
The bursting forth of many things together, such as a synchronous group of impulses induced simultaneously by artificial stimulation of either nerve fibers or muscle fibers.
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