Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of aviate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • To fly: the horrible aerial toad, the silent-feathered owl, the hump-backed aviating Richard III, he made toward me close to the ground.

    A Different Stripe:

  • To fly: the horrible aerial toad, the silent-feathered owl, the hump-backed aviating Richard III, he made toward me close to the ground.

    Knowing a hawk from a handsaw, pt 2

  • They were, however, quite compatible with aviating pasta - unlike the even harder-to-find ancestor of early mammals, the mousasaur.

    The Mosasaur and the missing link - The Panda's Thumb

  • To fly: the horrible aerial toad, the silent-feathered owl, the hump-backed aviating Richard III, he made toward me close to the ground.

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  • To fly: the horrible aerial toad, the silent-feathered owl, the humpbacked aviating Richard III, he made toward me close to the ground.

    The Coffin Dancer

  • Or as the book's epic poet of Pennsylvania, Timothy Tox, puts it: "For Skies grow thick with aviating Swine,/Ere men pass up the chance to draw a Line."

    Entropology

  • Consequently it was decided by the foremost aviating experts that machines would have to be classified and allotted to particular spheres of work, just as warships are built in accordance with the special duty which they are expected to perform.

    Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War

  • The article declared that if gasoline or alcohol engines could be made light enough we should all be aviating to the office in ten years; that now was the time for youngsters to practise gliding, as pioneers of the new age.

    The Trail of the Hawk A Comedy of the Seriousness of Life

  • Five young men whom Carl could not tell apart, as they all had smooth hair and eye-glasses and smart dress-shirts and obliging smiles and complimentary references to his aviating.

    The Trail of the Hawk A Comedy of the Seriousness of Life

  • Monsieur Ducroy, posing valiantly in fur-lined coat and shining top-hat while he chatted with an officer whose trim, athletic figure was well set off by his aviating uniform.

    The Lone Wolf A Melodrama

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