escadrille[ es-kuh-dril, es-kuh-dril; French es-ka-dree-yuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF escadrille
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESCADRILLE
We had little thought that an escadrille of German planes could reach Paris.
He began to think of what the boys of the escadrille would say.
Our escadrille had been in Luxeuil during the months of April and May.
The news of Rockwell's death was telephoned to the escadrille.
He was the founder of the American escadrille and every one in it had come to rely on him.
The escadrille passed through Paris on its way to the Somme front.
But why me any more than you, Tom, or any other fellow in the escadrille?
I looked for my escadrille, and saw these machines way off in the distance.
And all the pilots of the escadrille, in turn, came to sign it.
Like all worth-while institutions, the American Escadrille, of which I have the honour of being a member, was of gradual growth.