folifolïofoliasech, foliasem, folïa’, folïaf, folïai, folïais, folïaist, folïan, folïant, foliasai, foliasant, folïych, folïa, foliasent, foliasid, foliasit, foliasoch, foliasom, foliaswn, folïech, folïed, folïem, folïen, folïent, folïer, folïes, folïest, folïet, folii, foliid, foliiff, foliir, foliith, folïo, folïoch, folïodd, folïom, folïon, folïont, folïwch, folïwn, folïwyd, folïwyf
- folifoliMae ergydiovolleys
Noun(1) rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms(2) a tennis return made by hitting the ball before it bounces
Verb(1) be dispersed in a volley(2) hit before it touches the ground(3) discharge in, or as if in, a volley(4) make a volley(5) utter rapidly
(1) Armed with their knowledge, the children fired a volley of questions at her.(2) Maybe lesser mortals would have been put off by the volley of abuse he directed at her but in the end she triumphed, aided and abetted by passers by and stallholders.(3) They oozed confidence and nothing could deter them - not even the volley of questions posed by judges.(4) he unleashed a volley of angry questions(5) Behind the battle line, the lieutenant of the youth's company had stopped a man who had fled after the first volley of bullets.(6) Enthusiasm filled the place as students fired a volley of questions, which the seasoned star answered with poise and complete ease.(7) a forehand volley(8) Almost immediately, a volley of arrows sailed past her, shredding leaves and diving into the fertile soil.(9) They let off a volley of flaming arrows, which light up the night like mad fireflies on a rampage.(10) A volley of bullets ripped through the air and ricocheted into the hall.(11) Once you have mastered this routine, work on repeating the drill but volley each ball.(12) My poor buddy didn't know what she had done wrong and could only stare in bewilderment at the volley of words being directed at her.(13) The archers obeyed and sent a volley of arrows onto the heads of the enemy.(14) He was taking cover behind the ruined console, so he could avoid their first volley of bullets.(15) The Liverpool striker scored with a volley that took the breath away.(16) As he was laid to rest, three Royal Marines fired a three-shot volley and a bugler sounded the Last Post.
(1) beach volley :: foli traeth
1. barrage ::
2. cannonade ::
3. battery ::
5. salvo ::
6. discharge ::
7. fusillade ::
8. storm ::
9. hail ::
10. shower ::
11. deluge ::
12. torrent ::
13. broadside ::
Different Formsvolley, volleyed, volleying, volleys
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