Older Use. a message carried by aircraft; an airmail letter.
a diagram for analyzing thermodynamic processes in the atmosphere.
the record of an aerograph.
a sheet of lightweight paper, bearing an official postal stamp imprint, that is folded to form its own envelope and can be sent via airmail at a special, low rate because of its standard size, light weight, and lack of enclosures.
Such news as reaches us comes entirely by despatch rider and aerogram.
The World Peril of 1910 George Griffith
Also called air letter. an airmail letter written on a single sheet of lightweight paper that folds and is sealed to form an envelope
another name for radiotelegram
any automatic recording instrument for atmospheric measurement that is carried aloft by aircraft.
a meteorite consisting mainly of stony matter. Historical Examples But when they landed near the aerolite they were met by Michael Strauss. The Moon Colony William Dixon Bell I know of no aerolite that has ever been acceptably traced to terrestrial origin. The Book of the Damned Charles Fort We must get to the aerolite […]
a meteorite consisting mainly of stony matter. Historical Examples A meteor, an aerolith, a bit of the moon falling on to the stage would be less horribly disastrous! A Mummer’s Tale Anatole France noun a stony meteorite consisting of silicate minerals
the prediction of future events from observation of weather conditions.