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  • noun Plural form of aircar.

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Examples

  • "They talk about 'aircars,' but without any real idea of how 'aircars' might be created or managed," Mack said.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • "They talk about 'aircars,' but without any real idea of how 'aircars' might be created or managed," Mack said.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • “In the year 2277, gasoline is an illegal substance, aircars dominate the sky…Inspired by the real-life organization, high-speed two-stroke action and intense drama hits the streets as the legend of the present day Moped Army is resurrected 272 years in the future.”

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Some aircars currently in design are working on something equivalent to this.

    2006 September « Hyperpat’s HyperDay

  • Some aircars currently in design are working on something equivalent to this.

    Oh, to Fly Like a Bird « Hyperpat’s HyperDay

  • In "Back to the Future," anti-grav aircars are powered by "Mr. Fusion," but Marty McFly's kid rides on his anti-grav skateboard while NOT YAKKING ON A CELL PHONE!

    Posthuman Blues

  • Strange contraptions of delicate workmanship and rainbow hues seemed to have been cast adrift amid silent flitters and aircars, and? corpses.

    First Warning

  • A few minutes later two aircars dropped through the clouds.

    The Wizard Of Karres

  • These aircars can fly and run on the road and their size is adapted to fit in a normal garage and parking bays.

    SPEECH DELIVERED BY NQABA NGCOBO - ANC MP DURING THE DEBATE ON THE PRESIDENT'S STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS

  • Riding in the camp's two aircars, separate teams had utilized a pair of sonic scanners to probe beneath the barren Comagravian surface.

    Diuturnity's Dawn

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