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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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“Mr. Aviator,” he said “you who talk so much of the benefits of aviation, have you ever aviated?”
The Captain aviated successfully, crashing to his knees on the wharf.
The village of Danvers was separated by only a mile or so of swale and swamp from Salem, a place that once rivaled Boston commercially, and in matters of black cats, and elderly women who aviated on broomsticks by night, set the world a pace.
And today, in spite of automobiles and aeroplanes, the prices of horses have aviated.
"Mr. Aviator," he said "you who talk so much of the benefits of aviation, have you ever aviated?"