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  • n. Plural form of volubility.

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Examples

  • Reason, sir, is what he canna endure --- he's a 'for your vanities and volubilities; and he ance tell'd me (puir blinded creature!) that the Psalms of David were excellent poetry! as if the holy Psalmist thought

    Rob Roy

  • Reason, sir, is what he canna endure -- he's a 'for your vanities and volubilities; and he ance tell'd me (puir blinded creature!) that the Psalms of David were excellent poetry! as if the holy

    Rob Roy — Complete

  • Reason, sir, is what he canna endure — he’s a’ for your vanities and volubilities; and he ance tell’d me (puir blinded creature!) that the Psalms of David were excellent poetry! as if the holy Psalmist thought o’ rattling rhymes in a blether, like his ain silly clinkum-clankum things that he ca’s verse.

    Rob Roy

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