verb (used without object), vol·planed, vol·plan·ing.
Origin of volplane
Examples from the Web for volplane
When they had mounted to a considerable height, Alfred shut off the engines and allowed her to volplane toward the sea.Curlie Carson Listens In|Roy J. Snell
Without a moment's delay Barcroft switched off the ignition and commenced a volplane.Billy Barcroft, R.N.A.S.|Percy F. Westerman
They were then at an altitude of a mile, and inability to start the motor made it necessary for them to volplane to the earth.The Boy Volunteers with the French Airmen|Kenneth Ward
He had only enough fuel for another thousand meters or so, and then he must volplane.Air Service Boys in the Big Battle|Charles Amory Beach
Andy attempted some volplane skits that were fairly hair-raising.Airship Andy|Frank V. Webster