fuselage

[ fyoo-suh-lahzh, -lij, -zuh-, fyoo-suh-lahzh, -zuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fuselage
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Greatly to his surprise, Jack was not to be seen anywhere in the fuselage.

"Not if you go under the fuselage to get Jack," objected Dave.

He gestured furiously toward the fuselage of the old Supernova.

How the fuselage and tail plane stood the strain of it, God knows.

The wires inside the fuselage should be cleaned and regreased about once a fortnight.

The hardest part was feeding the wires through the wings and fuselage.

Then he climbed back into the fuselage and tinkered at the engine.

Captain Blackie walked over to the machine and climbed up into the fuselage.

"'Tis safer in the air," said Tam as he swung into his fuselage.

He looked down from the fuselage at the bright upturned face.

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