Definitions

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  • noun A meteorite.

Etymologies

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From aero- + -lith. Compare aerolite.

Examples

  • In the same way, clearly, the work's emergence as a kind of aerolith in sheer space – a meteor from the void, taking a place, being measurable, weighing, being accessible to the physical senses — can never quite entitle it to full inert status as a thing among other things.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • In the same way, clearly, the work's emergence as a kind of aerolith in sheer space – a meteor from the void, taking a place, being measurable, weighing, being accessible to the physical senses — can never quite entitle it to full inert status as a thing among other things.

    enowning

  • A meteor, an aerolith, a bit of the moon falling on to the stage would be less horribly disastrous!

    A Mummer's Tale

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  • Stone that falls from the sky; meteorite

    May 13, 2011