aircraft

[ air-kraft, -krahft ]SEE DEFINITION OF aircraft
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AIRCRAFT

It swept toward the dome and dissociated into a myriad specks which were aircraft.

In these encounters the British lost three aircraft of various types.

He saw her seem to stiffen upon sight of the other aircraft.

Most aircraft duels are settled at distances of less than a hundred yards.

We also knew they could deliver the big bomb, presumably by some sort of aircraft.

This is to notify you that the aircraft in question has been inspected and found to be not airworthy.

In a lesser degree this may be said of the enemy's aircraft enterprises.

And we mingled with the pilots of all these many kinds of aircraft.

Here, indeed, in the speeds they will attain, lies the future of aircraft.

The candidate must be alone in the aircraft during the tests.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AIRCRAFT

airplane

nounvehicle that transports cargo or passengers through the air
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