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noun as in aircraft

noun as in airplane

noun as in balloon

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noun as in plane

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The tilt-rotor allows the airship to operate closer to a helicopter during takeoff and landing.

A number of companies have emerged in recent years aiming to resurrect the airship, an early technology that was abandoned in favor of airplanes and helicopters.

Made from a converted airship hangar and boasting a capacity of up to 8,200 visitors per day, it’s the fourth-largest building on the planet by volume.

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It takes place on an airship, with new tasks and environments including a kitchen.

Later, parked in the yard by the barn, it becomes an ocean explorer, an airship, a planetary rover.

The airship had become charged with static as a result of an electrical storm.

The fire appeared on the tail of the airship, igniting the leaking hydrogen.

In tax-paying circles it is said that the fashionable thing will be to start now and let the airship overtake you if it can.

They made a cluster of flashing color whose center point was a tiny airship, a speedster, a gay little craft.

Then, for the second time, the stricken airship blundered over us, this time in the direction of the sea.

Instantly, the proposition filled the air with airship talk.

The airship had been resting upon what seemed to be a little ridge.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to airship, such as: airliner, balloon, chopper, helicopter, jet, and blimp.

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