Word usage examples
The volume opens with the Normandy invasion, and Churchill recalls with evident admiration and relief the heroic landing of the redoubtable Allied armies as they effect the most remarkable amphibious operation in military history.
She had no amplifier, but no matter: there was time for volume later on.
Christa picked up Ceis and threw the volume knobs of her amplifier full on.
When the views entertained in this volume on the origin of species, or when analogous views are generally admitted, we can dimly foresee that there will be a considerable revolution in natural history.
To deal even remotely with all that is being said and done against Anarchism would necessitate the writing of a whole volume.
Chenon, now also passed away, was a faithful and discerning reader, whose vast culture gave his comments particular weight in my eyes, and I felt his anticipation of future volumes as a great compliment.
I had always lived a perfectly sheltered life back in Boston, with the antimacassars and the walnut furniture and the volumes of Emerson and Thoreau.
It was hard to follow them very far: the surrounding night crowded in on his ears with its competing antiphony of innumerable frogs and insects and small beasts of unimaginable variety, a background orchestration that you could forget entirely until you wanted to listen for something else and then it seemed to swell up into deafening volume.
He published the first collected volume of poetry by Opitz in Strasbourg in 1624 and an influential collection of proverbs and apothegms in 1626.
He could send me in among the Rotations and the stage crowd and the golfers and the arty types talking about statements of profiles rather than volumes and the musical.