Sir Charles (Edward). 1897–1935, Australian aviator and pioneer (with Charles Ulm) of trans-Pacific and trans-Tasman flights
[king-ship] /ˈkɪŋ ʃɪp/ noun 1. the state, office, or dignity of a . 2. rule by a king; monarchy. 3. aptitude for kingly duties. 4. (initial capital letter) a title used in referring to a king: Majesty (preceded by His or Your). /ˈkɪŋʃɪp/ noun 1. the position or authority of a king 2. the skill […]
[king-sahyd] /ˈkɪŋˌsaɪd/ Chess. noun 1. the side of the board on which the king is positioned at the start of the game, left for black and right for white. adverb, adjective 2. on the kingside.
[king-sahyz] /ˈkɪŋˌsaɪz/ adjective 1. larger or longer than the usual size. 2. (of a bed) extra large, usually measuring between 76 and 78 inches (193 and 198 cm) wide and between 80 and 84 inches (203 and 213 cm) long. 3. pertaining to or made for a king-size bed: king-size sheets. 4. (of a cigarette) […]
[kingz-lee] /ˈkɪŋz li/ noun 1. Charles, 1819–75, English clergyman, novelist, and poet. 2. Sidney, 1906–1995, U.S. playwright. 3. a male given name. /ˈkɪŋzlɪ/ noun 1. Sir Ben. born 1943, British actor. He won an Oscar for his performance in the title role of the film Gandhi (1982); his later films include Schindler’s List (1993) and […]