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Being near a gunshot or a jet plane taking off can immediately damage your hearing and may even rupture an ear drum.

Traffic, lawnmowers, leaf blowers, music, industrial machines, jet planes, hairdryers—all are normal parts of life and all make an absolute racket.

Out on the sea, these waves can be hundreds of miles long but no taller than a few feet and travel at the speed of a jet plane, up to 500 miles per hour.

When most people fly commercially in America, they travel on large jet planes from companies like Delta, United and American Airlines.

As invisible to readers as Wonder Woman’s transparent jet plane, she was increasingly recognized after Lepore interviewed her in 2014.

“I bought Elizabeth the jet plane we flew in yesterday,” Burton writes matter-of-factly.

No one would have trouble drawing a line between a jet plane and a suit of clothing, to take an extreme example.

And they didn't seem to be going fast enough so that I'd expect to hear a roar like a jet-plane.

He telephoned the airfield to have a jet plane with lifters readied for take-off.

You wouldn't need much more than a jet plane to get from one of these planetoids to another.

Commander Stanley Morgan boarded a jet plane on the Australian desert that night.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jet plane, such as: blowtorch, business jet, concorde, jet, jet liner, and jumbo jet.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.