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volūtō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.

volvo, to roll, turn, twist, tumble about: Dum sese aper volutat, wallows, Ph.: in luto volutatus: in levi glacie tabidāque nive, L.: genua amplexus genibusque volutans Haerebat, i. e. prostrate, V.: (amnis) per cava saxa volutans, O.—Fig., to roll, roll about, roll along: vocem per ampla Atria, V.: confusa verba, O.Pass, to wallow, luxuriate: cum omnes in omni genere scelerum volutentur, wallow.—To busy, occupy, employ: tacitis cogitationibus animum, L.: in quibus te video volutatum.—To turn over, revolve, consider, weight, ponder, discuss: gladios in comisationem praeparatos volutabam in animo, L.: nihil animo: aliud consilium animo, Cu.: Verba sortes inter se, O.: multo secum animo, L.: secum corde, V.: consilia de Romano bello, L.: alqd intra animum, Ta.: tacitus mecum ipse voluto, Si valeam meminisse, V.: secum, quonam modo, etc., Ta.

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