dirigible

[ dir-i-juh-buh l, dih-rij-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dirigible

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Gas is indispensable in the operation of dirigible balloons, and gas is expensive.

The crew of that dirigible of death, Chris discovered, had not had a chance.

The dirigible swung; white-clad shoulders and body slumped into view.

Theoretically, there is no limit to the lift of a dirigible.

You can please yourself, but—you might as well choose a dirigible.

You are the dirigible force, the last brick in the building, the final answer.

The dirigible balloon was of the Zeppelin type, and was not always dependable.

"Nothing but a dirigible, commanded by the right man," Dave explained.

"It's an airship, a dirigible," announced the executive officer.

"If an English dirigible, then it's all right," Dave nodded.

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balloon

nouninflated material or vehicle
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