Examples of levitate in a Sentence
The woman levitated above the stage.
The magician claimed he could levitate a car.
Recent Examples of levitate from the Web
The Dome, contrary to prediction, didn’t actually levitate from all the love being ladled around.
The main wing, a modified glass box, overhangs the foundation and appears to levitate.
Backlit by a bewitching blend of blue and soft yellow, the crucifix seems to levitate.
Ultron recruits Quicksilver—who is super fast—and Scarlett Witch—who has vague, ever-changing mind control and levitating powers.
The finished volume is a funky panoply of arabesques, polygons and polyhedra, a fantasy of spikes, spines and spires, left levitating in white space or emerging spectrally from backgrounds dark as night.
But, in person, Flyte demonstrates where all of these levitating products go wrong.
In García Márquez’s novels angels fall to Earth and become carnival attractions, magic carpets fly and priests levitate.
The supporting characters include a pair of head-banging nuns and a trio of levitating saints; these playful details alleviate the heavy theological discourse, which is open-ended and provocative nonetheless.
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LEVITATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of levitate for English Language Learners
: to rise or make (something) rise into the air in a way that appears to be magical
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