meteor[ mee-tee-er, -awr ]SEE DEFINITION OF meteor
Synonyms for meteor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR METEOR
Suppose she lead me now and then in pursuit of a meteor; am not I happy in the chase?
Then, without delay, he lowered the car into the meteor again.
Good Lord, they must have headed right into a meteor shower.
The inertia of the meteor has persisted, not as energy, but as a factor of energy.
There was but one Bonaparte; that subaltern from Corsica; that meteor.
A meteor had been seen nearby, but its train had been only momentarily visible.
Motion too fast for a cloud, but "nothing could be more unlike the rush of a meteor."
Too slow for a meteor, but too fast for a cloud (Nature, 27-86).
A like meteor was observed at Greenland by the Moravian brothers in 1799.
A meteor glows because of friction, and in a vacuum there is no friction.