a geographical area within which the air frequently is confined or channeled, with all parts of the area thus being subject to similar conditions of air pollution.
On 7th June two of our airmen destroyed an airshed and a Zeppelin north of Brussels.
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to send or ship via aircraft: to air-ship machine parts overseas. Historical Examples Both passengers in the air-ship were now leaning over the rail of the suspended car. Motor Matt’s Air Ship Stanley R. Matthews The navigators of our air-ship have the power to raise and lower at pleasure. Doctor Jones’ Picnic S. E. Chapman […]
a self-propelled, lighter-than-air aircraft with means of controlling the direction of flight; dirigible. to send or ship via aircraft: to air-ship machine parts overseas. Contemporary Examples The airship had become charged with static as a result of an electrical storm. Did Static Electricity Spark the Hindenburg Explosion? Justin Green March 3, 2013 The fire appeared […]
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noun (golf) a shot that misses the ball completely but counts as a stroke
a fair that features aircraft performing aerial stunts. Historical Examples Just before graduation they put on an airshow for our benefit. The Biography of a Rabbit Roy Benson noun an occasion when an air base is open to the public and a flying display and, usually, static exhibitions are held