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  • n. Plural form of flyboy.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The foolish American 'flyboys' nurse their wounded aircraft back to base for 'repair'.

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  • I was in the gorund forces like you, so I have the same general distain for "flyboys", etc.

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  • SIMON: Sgt. Grabill loves history and riding in that Mustang gave him a new appreciation for the young flyboys of World War II who dared the skies in those planes which now look so cramped and fragile.

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  • The night revealed a population that the daytime bustle had obscured: pickpockets, flyboys handing out directions to strip clubs and slot arcades, gangs of street kids looking for the wounded, the slow, the easy mark.

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  • The “ordies” provided the “flyboys” with a variety of options ranging from delay fuses to ship counters and various settings for magnetic and acoustic detonators.


  • All the flyboys and girls were too busy collecting nectar to bother with me, thank goodness.

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  • I thought the military flyboys were tops, the coolest cats in the room.


  • And the Air Force simply wants flyboys in orbit: several times in the past, it has asked Congress to fund its own space station, its own space plane, and its own space-shuttle program.

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  • Does making a "joke" or being "satirical" online about America's flyboys and flygirls mean one winds up on some kind of dissident watch list?

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  • So when one of the flyboys offered to take Jay on such a joyride, Our Man made sure he was prepared.

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