all-metal

ADJECTIVE
  1. consisting completely of metal
    all-metal airplanes
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How To Use all-metal In A Sentence

  • The cantilever all-metal tail has a hydraulically powered rudder and single-piece all-moving tailplane.
  • He invented an automatic bombsight patented by the USA and in 1936 designed an all-metal trainer and high-speed fighter.
  • all-metal airplanes
  • The ability to absorb damage of the all-metal airframe combined with armor and self-sealing fuel tanks was greatly underestimated by nearly everyone.
  • With the click the front of the buckle had popped open, to reveal a hidden compartment containing a well-traveled, experienced merchant's emergency supplies: a miniature vial of energy-giving honey-based concentrate, another of poison, a couple of valuable jewels ... and a small, all-metal blade. The Lives of Felix Gunderson
  • The 140A has the tapered, single-strut, all-metal wing of the 150, but the flaps are hinged, not Fowler flaps.
  • In the following year he was given the go-ahead to build an all-metal monoplane that would become the Supermarine Spitfire.
  • Instead of looking like some rich man's library, all burled wood and leather, this all-metal cockpit looks like machine-shop equipment. All in the details
  • E/3 all-metal cars began to appear on the Thornton Heath route 42.
  • Of all-metal construction, the Firefly F.I was a cantilever low-wing monoplane with an alclad-covered monocoque fuselage.
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