miles per hour

  1. the ratio of the distance traveled (in miles) to the time spent traveling (in hours)
  2. a speedometer reading for the momentary rate of travel
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How To Use miles per hour In A Sentence

  • In other wet news, the Cassini-Huygens probe successfully buzzed Saturns moon Enceladus yesterday at a height of 50 kilometers (30 miles) and a speed of 14.4 kilometers per second (32,000 miles per hour). Water, water…. somewhere? « Imaginary Potential
  • Its movement is north-northwesterly at 15 miles per hour. CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2005
  • The speed limit is 40 miles per hour.
  • Within a nanosecond of my reaching the other side, a high speed streamliner coming around a curve passed over those very same tracks at about 100 miles per hour. Advice to those people seeking info on Mexico
  • Mac nodded, turning on the Jeep and pulling out of the driveway at forty miles per hour.
  • On Aug.13, Hurricane Charley roared in from the Gulf of Mexico, bringing winds of 140 miles per hour and spawning tornadoes.
  • The average airspeed of the common housefly is 4.5 miles per hour.
  • It is 15 miles per hour faster than a Piper Cub due to using a NACA developed airfoil. Would You Bring Back NGLT-or SLI? - NASA Watch
  • With gusts of up to 180 miles per hour, Commonwealth Bay is often the windiest place on earth.
  • When the aircraft closed in on each other - at hundreds of miles per hour - the dogfights began.
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