Definition of Levitate:
rise into the air
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Sentence/Example of Levitate:
These two qualities open up a whole host of possibilities, including lossless power lines and electronic circuits, ultra-sensitive sensors, and incredibly powerful magnets that could be used to levitate trains or make super-efficient turbines.
They could revolutionize the electric grid and enable levitating trains, among many other potential applications.
Going bottom-up is no problem for a boat on the underside of a levitating liquid.
In a container, liquid can be levitated over a layer of gas by shaking the container up and down.
Objects can float along the bottom of this levitated liquid.
Going bottom-up is no problem for a boat on the underside of a levitated liquid.
There were supposed to be men who could levitate—fly through the air at will.
They circled the Pentagon with hundreds of protestors and said a magic spell that was supposed to levitate it.
My body seemed to be of ethereal substance, ready to levitate.
My rat cannot levitate cheese-crumbs weighing more than 1.7 grams.