ejector seat

NOUN
  1. a pilot's seat in an airplane that can be forcibly ejected in the case of an emergency; then the pilot descends by parachute
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How To Use ejector seat In A Sentence

  • The pilot was saved by his ejector seat ... and by smashing through a greenhouse full of tomato plants.
  • There is one called the "ejector" seat when the squeaky clean white family is entitled to a seat in the church but the minority, handicapped, gay, single worshippers are all removed from the church by ejector seats that fling them into the air and through the roof of the church. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • The pilot was saved by the ejector seat.
  • One of the airmen landed in the river still in his ejector seat but was able to deploy his dinghy, while the other drifted off downriver.
  • That could mean a crew-escape system might be revived, he said, because taking astronauts off the shuttle's middeck opens up the possibility of using some kind of ejector seat. NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: March 2003 Archives
  • One of the airmen landed in the river still in his ejector seat but was able to deploy his dinghy, while the other drifted off downriver.
  • Now Ubuntu has put an ejector seat button next to regular functionality. Does Ubuntu’s New Window Design Bite? | Lifehacker Australia
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