- n. Plural form of hydrofoil.
“A fleet of commuter aircraft and hydrofoils to ferry people to and from shore”
“These are small sailcraft, not much bigger than sailboards, if that, rigged with hydrofoils.”
“Think of it as a bike or scooter for the water ... but instead of peddling you jump ... and instead of wheels you have hydrofoils.”
“The internet, grunge, synthetic underwear, hydrofoils, monotheism--none of these had been invented by 1983.”
“He also invented the metal detector and dabbled in hydrofoils, aeronautics, and eugenics including boards that advocated the compulsory sterilization of people deemed to be defective.”
“If you're at all like me, this is what you do with the sunny summer weekends in San Francisco: you build experimental kite-powered hydrofoils capable of more than 30 knots.”
“UF students have been building autonomous mobile robots since 1993 ranging from submarines to helicopters, from planes to snakes, and from hydrofoils to alligators.”
“Clifford's company in Hobart, Australia, Incat, had been overstocked with the hydrofoils, which can cut through the waves at 55mph.”
“Once you start looking for hydrofoils, you see them everywhere.”
“Most of them are Tieshanese, immigrants or expatriates; a few are Erithean, those who don't have the money for the trains or the fast hydrofoils, and who don't mind a little adventure.”
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