The raising of something, such as a body, without apparent physical cause, allegedly using the power of the mind.
The illusion, as by a stage magician, of raising and keeping a heavy body in the air with little or no physical support.
The suspension of something via technical means without any mechanical support, such as by magnetism.
A levitating or being levitated.
Origin of levitation
From levitate (from Latin levitas (“lightness"), patterned in English on gravitate) +"Ž -ation.
Levitation Sentence Examples
Apparently he'll be doing some levitation on the stage tomorrow.
Telekinesis, levitation, brain extraction and laser weapons are just some of the tools you can use to achieve your goal.
Armed with powers of Levitation, Pyrokinesis, and Clairvoyance (to name a few), you'll journey through bizarre dreamscapes as you enter the minds of those around you searching for answers to your burning questions.
TM reached a pinnacle of success in the mid-1970s when it received a grant from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare to conduct experimental classes in levitation.
What the manufacturer says... A self-contained playing card levitation.