seaplane

[ UK /sˈiːple‍ɪn/ ]
VERB
  1. glide on the water in a hydroplane
NOUN
  1. an airplane that can land on or take off from water
    the designer of marine aircraft demonstrated his newest hydroplane
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How To Use seaplane In A Sentence

  • The drawing of a bird, or an airplane, or... `It's a seaplane ! THE MYSTERY OF THE PURPLE PIRATE
  • The engine of the seaplane started up.
  • A seaplane operated by protest groups made several passes over the area.
  • It then possessed 39 aircraft, 52 seaplanes, and 7 airships.
  • A fresh pomelo would kick-start the day... `The seaplane taxied towards the pier and moored beside the landing-stage. RUSHING TO PARADISE
  • Ten minutes from the sea is for those who possess a helicopter or seaplane.
  • Flying in a piloted seaplane, compared to, say, a G4, is like carpooling in a VW after racing a Maybach flat-out on the autobahn. Lea Lane: Seaplanes, Bikes And City Life In Scotland
  • The transition from the slow flying seaplanes to that Lockheed ‘hot rod’ was rather dramatic.
  • His expertise has given the Centaur four exceptional advantages over conventional seaplanes and launches the floatplane into the 21st Century.
  • It is Evans, and... "The seaplane grew larger every second! THE MYSTERY OF THE PURPLE PIRATE
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