Box-kite



a tailless kite consisting of two or more light, box-shaped frames joined together, covered except at the ends and around the middle.
Historical Examples

Natural Stability and the Parachute Principle in Aeroplanes W. LeMaitre
A Diversity of Creatures Rudyard Kipling
The War in the Air; Vol. 1 Walter Raleigh.
The Motor Boys in the Clouds Clarence Young
Mr. Punch’s History of Modern England Vol. IV of IV. Charles L. Graves
The Secret of the League Ernest Bramah
The Romance of Aircraft Lawrence Yard Smith
The Romance of Aircraft Lawrence Yard Smith

noun
a kite with a boxlike frame open at both ends

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