noun, plural vol·te [vohl-tey, vol-; Italian vawl-te] /ˈvoʊl teɪ, ˈvɒl-; Italian ˈvɔl tɛ/. Music.
Origin of volta
Examples from the Web for volte
Of all things, the 'volte sciollo', and the 'pensieri stretti', are necessary.The PG Edition of Chesterfield's Letters to His Son|The Earl of Chesterfield
Pretending concern in her, had he not really joined the camp of her enemies and detractors, the volte face thing!The Shriek|Charles Somerville
The miserable state of the nation seemed to demand a volte face.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
If I had inwardly reproached him for fickleness when he confessed his volte face, I exonerated him at sight of his old love.The Brightener|C. N. Williamson
He was not an uneducated man, but volte face, correctly pronounced, was unfamiliar in his ears.The Postmaster's Daughter|Louis Tracy