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volitant (adjective), more volitant, most volitant
1. Referring to something which is able to fly: While in the garden, little Susi watched the volitant butterflies flitting and fluttering among the flowers in her front yard .
2. Descriptive of someone or those who move quickly, rapidly, or swiftly: At Shirley's birthday party, there was a volitant couple who were spinning around at full speed as they were dancing!
3. Etymology: from Latin volitans, volitant-; from volitare, "to fly to and fro"; from volare, "to fly."
Resembling someone who is moving above ground level.
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