from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A rigid airship having a long cylindrical body supported by internal gas cells.
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- n. A type of large German dirigible airship of the early 20th century designed to carry passengers or bombs.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A dirigible balloon of the rigid type, consisting of a cylindrical trussed and covered frame supported by internal gas cells, and provided with means of propulsion and control. It was first successfully used by Ferdinand Count von Zeppelin.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large rigid dirigible designed to carry passengers or bombs
- n. German inventor who designed and built the first rigid motorized dirigible (1838-1917)
And now the zeppelin is making its way up the mountain to the dwarven hold of Steelhome.
As a boy, I remember the zeppelins flying over Scarborough, and I'd shout out to my mom, "schauen Sie Mamma, es ist ein zeppelin!"
I know, I know, but the word zeppelin has more umpf to it than does blimp.
Perhaps a Prius doesn’t sound so bad, when a zeppelin is the alternative.
The zeppelin is the size of how many football fields?
But the zeppelin was the biggest thing that ever moved made by man.
But the zeppelin was a living thing -- a horrible travesty of life.
For a full and interesting archive, look before it sells too at the "zeppelin" sidelight -- fascinating group of pictures there, with documentation.
Then I'm back to the original "zeppelin" search again and my search key is gone ..
Pain floated through her mind like a blazing zeppelin.
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