American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An unidentified flying object.
- n. an (apparently) flying object whose nature is unknown; especially those considered to have extraterrestrial origins
“MC: The name UFO Geek came from my youngest sister.”
“So let me explain: the term UFO is not synonymous with an extraterrestrial or interdimensional spacecraft.”
“Edward U. Condon in “Section I, Recommendations and Conclusions,” wrote, “The history of the past 21 years has repeatedly led Air Force officers to the conclusion that none of the things seen, or thought to have been seen, which pass by the name UFO reports, constituted any hazard or threat to national security.””
“We kept seeing the English word UFO popping up on this database as well and people wanted to know does the president know something he wasn't letting on, like this one, does the FBI have an "X" file?”
“• I've been on what I call my UFO Tour, which means, like UFOs, I too have been appearing in small southern towns in front of a handful of hillbillies lately.”
“People remember the cool vehicles in "UFO", but don't really ponder the storylines anymore.”
“Their earnest and yet playful experiments accounted for the sudden and dramatic upsurge in "UFO" reports that more or less defined the 50's culture in a very real way.”
“Andrews 'statement in _Extra-Terrestrials Among US_ that English went into a psychiatric hospital as a result of visiting a B-52 that had been attacked by a UFO is not true.”
“The richest guy I know believes in UFO's and he was nice enough to let me work on his space station project for a while.”
“A feature film based on the 1970s British TV series UFO is in the works.”
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