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Word: levitate

Definition: rise and float in the air (especially by magical means); CF. light


Sentences Containing 'levitate'

A sudden lightning bolt affects the television, causing the baby to levitate and vanish.
Deprived of his shell, Turtle's usefulness is limited by being able to only levitate small objects such as pencils and rocks.
In apocryphal works including the "Acts of Peter", Pseudo-Clementines, and the "Epistle of the Apostles", Simon also appears as a formidable sorcerer with the ability to levitate and fly at will.
Once, when flying three shells simultaneously Turtle found it easier to imagine all three welded to the points of a giant triangle rather than trying to levitate them separately.
Rudi claimed he could levitate objects but according Harry Price a photograph taken on April 28, 1932 showed that Rudi had managed to free his arm to move a handkerchief from the table.
Samuel Earnshaw was the one to discover in 1839 that “a charged body placed in an electrostatic field cannot levitate at stable equilibrium under the influence of electric forces alone”.
She is later freed by her G-Force friends (which includes a scene of her using telekenesis to levitate the table she is strapped to and help one of her friends), the mobsters are killed by SpaceGodzilla, and she witnesses the last battle.
The SPR member John L. Randall wrote "Since it was Price who had brought Rudi to England in the first instance, the attempt to set up further experiments behind his back was seen by him as an act of betrayal." Rudi claimed he could levitate objects but according Price a photograph taken on April 28, 1932 showed that Rudi had managed to free his arm to move a handkerchief from the table.

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