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- n. A person who flies in balloons, especially in hot-air balloons.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An aëronaut.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who ascends in a balloon; an aëronaut.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who flies a balloon
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Joe DiGenova, perpetual talking head and Bush administration trial balloonist, is putting out the word that Scooter Libby will be pardoned by President Bush.
The fallen balloonist is in effect a runaway slave.
"You take the wheel," called the balloonist to Mr. Damon.
To really appreciate all of the fall color that Michigan has to offer, call a balloonist and schedule a flight today, the view is really better from above!
The hotel 's "balloonist" guides guests on the in-house hot air balloon 10,000 feet above the Alps for sky-high views of Mont Blanc.
Kate has her sights set on the natural sciences - specifically, on a mysterious airborne creature her balloonist grandfather discovered on his final trip.
A balloonist prepares to take part in a UK bid for a Guinness World Record mass hot air balloon crossing of the Channel earlier this year.
Abruzzo is the son of famed balloonist Ben Abruzzo, who was in 1981 part of the first team to cross the Pacific Ocean by balloon, and who was killed in a small airplane crash in 1985.
Bobby is a fourth-generation balloonist and has been flying in them for more than half his life, with his parents and some of the sport's most experienced and decorated pilots.
Takeoff came shortly before 7 a.m., along with three other balloons whose pilots included a designated balloon examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration and a balloonist who helped make Bradley's special ultra-light craft.