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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unfueled.

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Examples

  • The mass of the orbital complex is more than 360 tonnes - more than the weight of an unfuelled A380.

    Space Business and Industry News at SpaceMart.com

  • It need only throw out a little more than 2\k times its own unfuelled weight of hydrogen gas, then it will not need active propulsion any more; its momentum will carry it to and across the line where the gravitational attraction of Moon and Earth balance each other; and from then on it will fall to the Moon, because of the Moon's attraction, and it will have to resume power only to brake its fall and land.

    Modern Mechanix

  • 'esurience', the [Greek: pothos] or 'desideratum', the unfuelled fire, the Ceres, the ever-seeking maternal goddess, the origin and interpretation of whose name is found in the Hebrew root signifying hunger, and thence capacity.

    Literary Remains, Volume 2

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