If you're playing football its if you kick the ball without it hitting the floor.
It means to volley the ball.
A dry volley is when you volley a shot, taking it early, instead of letting it bounce. You're not in volley position at the net, you're further back. It's a useful way to take time away from your opponent, as they were expecting you to let this type of shot bounce.
3-volley salute is what it's call symbolic for a return to battle. Look up 3 volley salute
The plural of volley is volleys.
fusillade: rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms; "our fusillade from the left flank caught them by surprise word "volley"" The word "volley" is usually used as a verb Ex: Two minutes later Momo unleashed a vicious volley from 20 yards tho this time his effort was off target. Ex: I panicked when a volley of shots rang out from the balcony above. Ex: Cook was on hand to capitalize, lifting a left-footed volley over Matt Clarke.
volley of gunshots
The noun "volley" is used as a collective noun for a volley of shots; a term used for gunfire or for tennis.
volley ball in quebec
The answer is a volley
Umbria Volley was created in 2001.