VOL'LEY, n. plu. volleys. [L. volo.]

1. A flight of shot; the discharge of many small arms at once.

2. A burst or emission of many things at once; as a volley of words.

But rattling nonsense to full volleys breaks.

VOL'LEY, v.t. to discharge with a volley.

VOL'LEY, v.i. To throw out or discharge at once.