Huh? Anyway, San Diego writer Michael Hemmingson had a little velitation with O'Reilly over a quote from O'Reilly's novel that Hemmingson used in one of his own novels. From Wordnik.com. [Re-Entry with Links] Reference
If you're involved in a velitation, you are: a. fighting as a soldier in a war. From Wordnik.com. [Blogposts | guardian.co.uk] Reference
While the ladies in the tea-room of the Fox Hotel were engaged in the light snappish velitation, or skirmish, which we have described, the gentlemen who remained in the parlour were more than once like to have quarrelled more seriously. From Wordnik.com. [St. Ronan's Well] Reference
The reader will easily see that Byron is here meant, who, after a little velitation of no great promise, now appeared as a serious candidate, in the first two cantos of 'Childe Harold'. ". From Wordnik.com. [The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals. Vol. 2] Reference
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