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aviate

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synonyms for aviate

  • circle
  • climb
  • cross
  • drift
  • float
  • flutter
  • glide
  • operate
  • pilot
  • reach
  • rush
  • sail
  • shoot
  • speed
  • swoop
  • take off
  • travel
  • barnstorm
  • buzz
  • circumnavigate
  • control
  • dart
  • dash
  • dive
  • flat-hat
  • fleet
  • flit
  • hop
  • hover
  • hurry
  • jet
  • maneuver
  • mount
  • scud
  • seagull
  • skim
  • skirt
  • soar
  • whisk
  • whiz
  • whoosh
  • wing
  • zip
  • zoom
  • bend the throttle
  • jet out
  • jet over
  • remain aloft
  • sky out
  • take a hop
  • take flight
  • take wing
  • wing in
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antonyms for aviate

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  • remain
  • slow
  • stay
  • decelerate
  • rest
  • confront
  • face
  • land
  • walk
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How to use aviate in a sentence

But in the same sense there is an impulse to aviate, to run a typewriter or write stories for magazines.
HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
It is not quite clear in my mind even now why things in my immediate vicinity did not start to aviate.
DOWN THE YELLOWSTONELEWIS R. FREEMAN
"Now the next thing is for you to teach us all to aviate," laughed the southerner.
THE BOY SCOUTS OF THE AIR IN INDIAN LANDGORDON STUART
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WORDS RELATED TO AVIATE

  • barreled
  • bolted
  • breezed
  • careered
  • darted
  • dashed
  • elapsed
  • fled
  • flitted
  • glided
  • hastened
  • hurried
  • hustled
  • made off
  • passed
  • raced
  • ran its course
  • rolled
  • rushed
  • scampered
  • scooted
  • shot
  • slipped away
  • sped
  • sprinted
  • tore
  • went like the wind
  • whizzed
  • zoomed
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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