Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun an astronaut.
  • noun an intelligent creature from outer space; an extraterrestrial; -- a fictional or hypothetical being, never actually observed.

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  • noun an astronaut (in Eastern European countries a cosmonaut)

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  • noun a person trained to travel in a spacecraft

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Examples

  • Oh … and a spaceman from the future with a ray gun that he looses (of course), will fight old school with sword action … and can speak in perfect concert with the say Vikings … who can speak … you guessed it … perfect Websters dictionary ENGLISH … Oh Hollywood … I have missed your bad movie ideas since the mid 80's …. and early 90's for that matter …

    Must Watch: First Trailer for Viking Sci-Fi Film Outlander « FirstShowing.net

  • The injured spaceman is brought to a nearby hospital only to learn that human differences prevent them from joining together to heed the warning.

    REVIEW: The Day The Earth Stood Still

  • After an Arab poet linguist with vikings, a viking with native Americans … hunted by Chaos Warriors from Warhammer fantasy … euh I mean Vikings, a spiderman Dane fighting Crispin Glover … we get a spaceman from the future … hunting an alien beast” Dragon” … with … you guess it … Vikings!!!!

    Must Watch: First Trailer for Viking Sci-Fi Film Outlander « FirstShowing.net

  • It is only in this context that one can truly understand a statement that a frustrated Armstrong would make to a Cincinnati newspaper reporter in 1976: “How long must it take before I cease to be known as a spaceman?”

    First Man

  • It is only in this context that one can truly understand a statement that a frustrated Armstrong would make to a Cincinnati newspaper reporter in 1976: “How long must it take before I cease to be known as a spaceman?”

    First Man

  • It is only in this context that one can truly understand a statement that a frustrated Armstrong would make to a Cincinnati newspaper reporter in 1976: “How long must it take before I cease to be known as a spaceman?”

    First Man

  • It is only in this context that one can truly understand a statement that a frustrated Armstrong would make to a Cincinnati newspaper reporter in 1976: “How long must it take before I cease to be known as a spaceman?”

    First Man

  • RIGHT: Timothy Leary, a different kind of spaceman, from the Woolamaloo Gazette.

    Better Things for Better Living or Excuse Me While I Kiss the Sky

  • RIGHT: Timothy Leary, a different kind of spaceman, from the Woolamaloo Gazette.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • That still leaves you four short for your gag, and with added trouble of having to figure out how "spaceman," "knight," and "pirate" don't scupper the bit.

    Bridwell Appreciation Day | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

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