aviation[ ey-vee-ey-shuh n, av-ee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aviation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AVIATION
This proposition is one of keen interest in connection with aviation.
Work upon the aviation camp at East Harniss had actually begun.
Can't you take me to the aviation place sometime, Uncle Jed?
Only in his field of aviation medicine did he feel competent, secure.
In the evening we were invited to the aviation camp in the suburbs of Paris.
Later we nearly attacked a hospital, mistaking it for an aviation field.
Initiative, and a quick capacity for action, are most necessary in aviation.
Aviation, as an industry, must prepare for years of strenuous work.
So aviation has two immense tasks ahead of it, instead of one.
Capitalists were chary of aviation; they had no faith in it.