Heraldry Depicted with the wings extended as in flying.(adjective)
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Use "volant" in a sentence
"I've called this vehicle, generically, a helicop -- a volantor, after the Latin word "volant," meaning, to fly in a light, nimble manner."
"Today the company offers 300 different notebooks, cahiers, folios and diaries, while last year they caused a splash by launching a range of candy-coloured 'volant'"
"I have sent our folks out to gather fruit at a venture: and now this misery will soon be ended with his illness; driven away by deluges of lemonade, I think, made in defiance of wasps, flies, and a kind of volant beetle, wonderfully beautiful and very pertinacious in his attacks; and who makes dreadful depredations on my sugar and currant-jelly, so necessary on this occasion of illness, and so attractive to all these detestable inhabitants of a place so lovely."