launching

[ lawnch, lahnch ]SEE DEFINITION OF launching

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Now came the question of launching, and it was not lightly to be answered.

The list of the boat made the launching of some of these impossible.

They had a spyglass, and a good-sized dory was ready for launching.

An awful silence followed the launching of that thunderbolt.

The common industry at Bennett was now the launching of boats.

The launching of that flatboat was made a feast-day in the neighborhood.

The doctor was never weary of launching his satirical shafts at the king.

"They're launching missiles faster than we can shoot them down," he said.

Such was the launching of the first ship in the new navigation of the clouds.

Elephants were, of old, employed in India in the launching of ships.

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