Sorry, no definitions found.
“The "lighter than air" part of the title referred to hot-air balloons, one of which got away, thankfully with no one on it.”
“In one well-known case, said Wakefield, child witnesses claimed abusers transported them via hot-air balloon to places where abuse took place, and the court believed them.”
“Finally the child corrals his grandmother, and the two embark downhill across a pasture to the wonderful place, with its Ferris wheel and hot-air balloon, its carousel and pony rides.”
“International ecumenical worship with Rowan Williams, who, in spite all evidence to the contrary is known for his championing of hot-air reduction.”
“The estate bills itself as "utterly charming, mildly eccentric," and among the activities it offers are horseback riding, hot-air balloon rides, cooking classes and—unofficially—living among a clan of batty aristocrats whose lineage can be traced to Attila the Hun.”
“Three holes later a marvellous second shot gave him a 6ft birdie putt that disappeared as if being sucked in by a sudden reversal of the course's elaborate underground hot-air blowing system.”
“My heart is huge like a hot-air balloon, radiating oxygen.”
“Dreaming of spaceBranson has made his mark on flight, from starting the Virgin Atlantic airline to being the first to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a hot-air balloon.”
“The movie would center on how Oz ended up as the big cheese of Emerald City, chronicling his hot-air balloon journey into a land held in the thrall of two wicked witches.”
“She has relied on Ms. Sullivan-Moore to map out a long-term care plan "for the rest of my life," which she says includes occupational therapy to build up a strong right arm for hot-air ballooning.”
‘hot-air’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for hot-air.