(of an aviator) to land (an aircraft) directly on the fuselage, as because of defective landing gear.
(of an aircraft) to land directly on the fuselage, without using the landing gear.
A Yankee Flier Over Berlin Al Avery
the landing of an aircraft on its fuselage without use of its landing gear
- Belly out
belly out Historical Examples Royal Highness Thomas Mann The World of Homer Andrew Lang She’s All the World to Me Hall Caine
- Belly stove
- Belly up to
belly up to
- Belt around
belt around Historical Examples Bidwell’s Travels, from Wall Street to London Prison Austin Biron Bidwell The Rock of Chickamauga Joseph A. Altsheler Blazing Arrow Edward S. Ellis Friar Tuck Robert Alexander Wason The Gold Sickle Eugne Sue The North Pacific Willis Boyd Allen Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life Thomas Wallace […]