Definition of Volage. Meaning of Volage. Synonyms of Volage

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Definition of Volage

Volage
Volage Vo*lage", a. [F.] Light; giddy. [Obs.] They wroughten all their lust volage. --Chaucer.

Meaning of Volage from wikipedia

- HMS Volage was a V-cl**** destroyer of the British Royal Navy, commissioned on 26 May 1944, that served in the Arctic and the Indian Oceans during World...
- borne the name HMS Volage: HMS Volage (1798) was a 22-gun sixth rate. She was a French privateer that HMS Melampus captured in 1798; Volage was broken up in...
- HMS Volage was a Sixth-rate sailing frigate launched in 1825 for the Royal Navy. Volage served as the lead ship in the Aden Expedition due to her being...
- The Volage cl**** was a group of two **** corvettes built for the Royal Navy in the late 1860s. Both ships spent the bulk of their active service abroad...
- HMS Volage was a Volage-cl**** corvette built for the Royal Navy in the late 1860s. She spent most of her first commission ****igned to the Flying Squadron...
- accompanied by Volage. Near the bay of Saranda, just prior to 3 p.m., the destroyer Saumarez struck a mine and was heavily damaged. The destroyer Volage was ordered...
- HMS Volage was a Laurel-cl**** sixth-rate post-ship of the Royal Navy. She served during the Napoleonic War, capturing four privateers and parti****ting...
- dönüyor [Atlı karınca] - (Volage Volage) Moda yolu - (Ma Loulou) Doğum günün kutlu olsun - (Feliz ****pleanos) Mersi - (Volage Volage) Ayşe, Fatma, Semra [Eski...
- Andaman Sea, with the destroyers Volage and Rapid. They found and destro**** a junk in Stewart Sound, but Rapid and Volage sustained damage and casualties...
- Opium War. The battle began when the British frigates HMS Hyacinth and HMS Volage opened fire on Chinese ships they perceived as being hostile. For foreign...
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