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flying machine

noun as in early aircraft

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The giant polyethylene flying machines could transmit LTE signals to people in disaster zones or rural areas with no cell infrastructure.

Of course, there’s never turbulence or a bumpy ride in any of these visions, which is certainly something to wonder about with a small flying machine.

I spent $24 for a plastic flying machine with rudimentary collision-avoidance capabilities.

By creating a robot that can accomplish those varied flight goals, Ajanic says they can make a flying machine that’s the best of both worlds.

After all, we’re moving from a crawling machine to a flying machine.

Pretty well for "a cross between an Astley's chariot, a flying machine and a treadmill."

Lets combine a flying machine with an iceboat and beat out everybody on the lake this winter!

It was true that they had watched the strange flying machine take off from a roof top.

The "flying-machine," or coach, between London and Sheffield was fully three days on its journey.

This rate of travel seemed so very rapid then that this coach was generally called the "Flying Machine."


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to flying machine, such as: aeroplane, aircraft, airplane, and avion.

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