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How to use undercarriage in a sentence

When pulling an aeroplane along, if possible, pull from the top of the undercarriage struts.
THE AEROPLANE SPEAKSH. BARBER
Then he touched a button and the pontoons were drawn up into the undercarriage of the craft.
ASTOUNDING STORIES OF SUPER-SCIENCE, MARCH 1930VARIOUS
The wheels of the undercarriage have a way of throwing up mud on to the lower surface.
THE AEROPLANE SPEAKSH. BARBER
The propeller is gone, and maybe the undercarriage is damaged some.
THE FLYING REPORTERLEWIS E. (LEWIS EDWIN) THEISS
I busted a wing and wiped the undercarriage right off, and didn't get a scratch.
DAVE DAWSON AT DUNKIRKROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
Several times I held my breath, from fear that our undercarriage would hit a roof or a tree-top.
FLYING THE ATLANTIC IN SIXTEEN HOURSARTHUR WHITTEN BROWN
They, like Santos-Dumont, fitted a wheeled undercarriage, so that the machine was self-contained.
A HISTORY OF AERONAUTICSE. CHARLES VIVIAN
The plane lurched heavily and something ripped against the undercarriage.
JANE STEWARDESS OF THE AIR LINESRUTHE S. WHEELER
It was frequently returned to the factory for the replacement of the undercarriage and for other repairs.
THE WAR IN THE AIR; VOL. 1WALTER RALEIGH.
So close was the other upon him that he imagined he could feel the wheels of the undercarriage on his own wings.
ACES UPCOVINGTON CLARKE

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