Definitions

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  • n. pilotage; skill in the duties of a pilot

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as pilotism.

Etymologies

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pilot +‎ -ry

Examples

  • But in these excuses, cooking is little different from surgery or airplane pilotry; they mask what is, quite simply, sexism and another source of pressure for those cooks who happen to be female.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • In the man's mind there was a background of his work, of pilotry, of orbits and charts and computations.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • To be a pilot in the Isles of the Labyrinth demands many strong qualities, but to be the pilot of the only warship in this sea was the very summit of pilotry.

    White Shadows in the South Seas

  • Bishop, how about sticking to your area of expertise, namely God's plan for us all, and other sky pilotry.

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