launch[ lawnch, lahnch ]SEE DEFINITION OF launch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAUNCH
Not enough of her could be found, of which to build a launch.
The strange brig had hauled up for us even before we got out the launch.
Launch your arrows at me, sir, if you'll have the goodness; not at Him!'
Then came the report of an attempt to launch an airplane from the roof of Berlin.
Thou hast often heard me launch out in praise of her complexion.
Since eight in the morning he'd been in a launch exploring it all.
"But we have a boat," glancing his eye towards the launch that stood in the chocks or chucks.
Throw these spare sails on the roof of the launch, Saunders.
Four or five of these busts had been struck into the launch as ballast.
This forced the launch astern, and procured a momentary safety.