Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of airstair.

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Examples

  • They stepped cautiously down some airstairs onto the tarmac, where they were met by Iolanthe.

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  • They stepped cautiously down some airstairs onto the tarmac, where they were met by Iolanthe.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • They stepped cautiously down some airstairs onto the tarmac, where they were met by Iolanthe.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • Somewhere over the mountainous terrain of Washington State, Cooper used the rear ‘airstairs’ a unique feature of the 727 to skydive out of the plane and into legend.

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  • A flight of airstairs waited for it there, just outside the open doors.

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  • He peered out the cockpit windows—to see Lily and Big Ears running together back toward the airstairs, chased by an oncoming swarm of enemy troops.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • It became a “trick” knee that would give out on him without warning, causing him to fall – sometimes at the most inopportune and embarassing times, such as descending the airstairs from Air Force One while on TV.

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  • Still firing repeatedly, Pooh Bear and Stretch each grabbed one of her hands and crouch-ran with her back to the cover of the airstairs.

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  • But Big Ears and Lily did make it to a portable electricity generator wagon just short of the airstairs.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • So now West stood at the top of the airstairs, while Stretch and Pooh Bear were huddled at the base of those same stairs, ducking gunfire.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

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