Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Mechanically or structurally fit for flight.

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  • adjective aviation safe enough to fly

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Some of it will be later torn apart and reassembled in a flightworthy wehicle.

    A Falcon Stands Ready To Fly - NASA Watch

  • It had begun as a logical expedient for injured riders to ask their flightworthy dragons if they would fly a sound dragonman to make up Wing strength at Threadfall.

    Artichoke

  • If there's a Utopia-owned plane still flightworthy after our friendly takeover.

    Who Do You Say I Am

  • Under the original schedule EPI had been due to deliver the first flightworthy TP400 in November 2006.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Under the original schedule EPI had been due to deliver the first flightworthy TP400 in November 2006.

    A400M engine testing falling behind schedule

  • Milt Thompson admits: “We encountered numerous problems developing a good flightworthy vehicle.”

    First Man

  • Milt Thompson admits: “We encountered numerous problems developing a good flightworthy vehicle.”

    First Man

  • Milt Thompson admits: “We encountered numerous problems developing a good flightworthy vehicle.”

    First Man

  • Milt Thompson admits: “We encountered numerous problems developing a good flightworthy vehicle.”

    First Man

  • It was still flightworthy, though; if you wanted to transport nine children and several adults across eight hundred miles, that was the quickest way to do it.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

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