- n. Plural form of dirigible.
“on the benches of the great stations that recall dirigibles at rest.”
“Occasionally, disasters led to changes, such as the phasing out of hydrogen dirigibles after the Hindenburg fire and crash, but that change was also made easier by the improvements in aircraft, which were also far faster than dirigibles.”
“Governor Cretin ignores all lies about how Irab helped the terrorists attack Amurricuh; the dirigibles that weren't there; the Irabs who died, were injured, or lost their homes; the enormous expense of the occupation; the terrible effect it had on Amurricuh's reputation in the world; and the rather unflattering comparison to what "France" was able to accomplish for microscopically less in money and blood.”
“Suppose also that the Amurricun forces find no dirigibles, and no hydrogen.”
“Now let's suppose that for several years, Amurricun soldiers look for dirigibles that aren't there, which makes them very hard to find, while Irab becomes just as dangerous for Irabs as Somalia is for Somalis.”
“Let's also suppose that the leader of Amurricuh claims that the leader of Irab is planning to attack more large buildings in Amurricuh, with a fleet of giant dirigibles filled with hydrogen.”
“As a youth growing up sometime in the era of movie serials and dirigibles, plodding and uncoordinated Carl Fredricksen (voiced by Ed Asner) dreams of following in the footsteps of his hero, the explorer and big game hunter Charles Muntz (Christopher Plummer).”
“And airships in the air -- dirigibles and flying machines.”
“Tommy guns & jet planes, dirigibles & Ferraris, computers & walkie-talkies.”
“You sort of think of blimps and dirigibles holding up the city.”
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