Thesaurus / aeronaut
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The distance travelled was considerable, but the duration, on the aeronaut's own showing, was less than five hours.

He told himself that it was the other aeronaut that had been shot in the fight and fallen out of the saddle as he strove to land.

The War in the AirHerbert George Wells

Once a red Asiatic flying-machine came fluttering after them, so low they could distinguish the aeronaut's head.

The War in the AirHerbert George Wells

They enable the aeronaut to ascend or descend with facility.

The aeronaut made some hasty adjustments for the shifting of the centres of gravity and pressure.

When the Sleeper WakesHerbert George Wells

It is hardly necessary to say who was to make the attempt—Ossaroo was to be the aeronaut.

The Cliff ClimbersCaptain Mayne Reid

It is supposed that the oscillations consequent on the throwing off of the parachute were the cause of they aeronaut's fall.

It was from this hill that Powell, the aeronaut, was blown out to sea in a balloon nearly forty years ago.

A number of cords, stretching away from this piece of wood, support the car in which the aeronaut is carried.

When the aeronaut wishes to descend, he opens a valve at the top allowing some of the gas to escape.

PhysicsWillis Eugene Tower

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