/ˈsʌməsɒlt/ (say 'sumuhsolt), /-sɔlt/ (say -sawlt)

noun, verb (i)

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • summersault — see somersault …   Modern English usage

  • summersault — [sum′ər sôlt΄] n., vi. alt. sp. of SOMERSAULT …   English World dictionary

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  • summersault — Somersault Som er*sault, Somerset Som er*set, n. [F. soubresaut a jump, leap, OF. soubresault, It. soprassalto an overleap, fr. L. supra over + saltus a leap, fr. salire to leap; or the French may be from Sp. sobresalto a sudden asault, a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • summersault — var. of SOMERSAULT. * * * summersault, saut var. of somersault …   Useful english dictionary

  • summersault — variant of somersault …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • summersault — /sum euhr sawlt /, n., v.i. somersault. * * * …   Universalium

  • summersault — n. forward or backward roll performed by the body v. make a complete forward or backward roll …   English contemporary dictionary

  • summersault — noun & verb archaic spelling of somersault …   English new terms dictionary

  • summersault — n. See summerset …   New dictionary of synonyms

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