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hot-air balloon

noun as in lighter-than air craft

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He would ride across the District of Columbia on his black horse, Dan Webster, or survey the countryside from a hot-air balloon.

A ride in a ski lift crafted to look like a flying hot-air balloon even brought visitors to the vantage point of a flying monkey.

But as with so many Scary Trend stories, it seems to have been inflated like a giant hot-air balloon.

The first time around, there was a hot-air balloon, a lake, and a waterfall.

The first time around, there was a hot-air balloon, a lake and a waterfall.

I've certainly been on a dead level, but you went over the church steeples like a hot-air balloon in a wind-storm.

It shot up high in the air much more rapidly than Montgolfier's hot-air balloon had done, and was soon beyond the clouds.

Thus was invented the hot-air balloon; and we buy paper replicas of it to-day.

The hot-air balloon never could have become of great value to armies.

There was, too, very special danger in making an ascent in a hot-air balloon.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hot-air balloon, such as: gasbag, and gas balloon.

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