Definitions

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  • noun A fictional motor car that hovers a short distance above the ground.

Etymologies

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hover + car

Examples

  • They were always drifting off into the night and landing at random places, calling a hovercar to pick them up from some distant suburb or even past the city limits.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • They were always drifting off into the night and landing at random places, calling a hovercar to pick them up from some distant suburb or even past the city limits.

    Bogus to Bubbly

  • They were always drifting off into the night and landing at random places, calling a hovercar to pick them up from some distant suburb or even past the city limits.

    Bogus to Bubbly

  • They were always drifting off into the night and landing at random places, calling a hovercar to pick them up from some distant suburb or even past the city limits.

    PRETTIES

  • He didn’t know how to use an interface or call a hovercar, and his handmade clothes would always look pretty bogus at a bash.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • He didn’t know how to use an interface or call a hovercar, and his handmade clothes would always look pretty bogus at a bash.

    SPECIALS

  • He didn’t know how to use an interface or call a hovercar, and his handmade clothes would always look pretty bogus at a bash.

    SPECIALS

  • He didn’t know how to use an interface or call a hovercar, and his handmade clothes would always look pretty bogus at a bash.

    SPECIALS

  • He didn’t know how to use an interface or call a hovercar, and his handmade clothes would always look pretty bogus at a bash.

    SPECIALS

  • I know he wanted a hovercar, but you tell him Dad†™ s bringing him something even better.

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