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- A vaunt; a boast.
- To advance; to move forward; to elevate.
- To depart; to move away.
- To vaunt; to boast.
- To leap about, frolic.
- To cause to leap about, dart or jump.
- To fly or swim with darting movements.
- (of a person) To prance; to caper, frolic.
- (of an object) To jump, skip, shake.
- A particular leap of a horse, when he raises both forelegs at once, equally advanced, and, as his forelegs are falling, raises his hind legs, so that all his legs are in the air at once.
- A prank; a frolic.
- Devoted to religion or to religious feelings and duties; absorbed in religious exercises; given to devotion; pious; reverent; religious.
- Expressing devotion or piety.
- Warmly devoted; hearty; sincere; earnest.
- A devotee.
- A devotional composition, or part of a composition; devotion.
- To outdo a competitor or rival.
- The underwool of the Arctic muskox, used as a fibre.
- To reverse or annul by vote.
- As much as a vat will hold.
- Arched; concave.
- vaunting; boastful
- venerable from antiquity; ancient; old
- Glass; a glassy material.
- The spiral curve on an Ionic capital.
- The spirals or whorls on a gastropod's shell.
- Any marine gastropod of the family .
- The casing in a centrifugal pump, whose shape is somewhat similar to architectural volutes.
- A spiral or scroll form.
- A scroll-shaped carving at the tuning head of a stringed musical instrument, similar to architectural volutes.
- Of a spring: having a spiral curve on its tail.