warplane

[ US /ˈwɔɹˌpɫeɪn/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːple‍ɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. an aircraft designed and used for combat
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How To Use warplane In A Sentence

  • Vanadium is a steel-hardening agent used for armor-plating in warplanes and weaponry. Judy Pasternak's Navajo uranium study "Yellow Dirt," reviewed by Ann Cummins
  • The army advance came after a week-long fight in the surrounding countryside backed by paramilitary troops and American warplanes. Times, Sunday Times
  • Warplanes that have landed there will be kept until the war is over.
  • Tanks rolled into the main square overnight after coalition warplanes bombarded the city.
  • There was no immediate word on casualties after US warplanes and artillery bombarded the city.
  • This famous warplane is about to make its farewell appearance.
  • More than 30,000 troops have been massed in the region backed by 23 naval vessels, warplanes, tanks, armoured vehicles and artillery.
  • The US forces destroyed two houses from which they were taking fire, one being destroyed by a 500 pound bomb from a warplane they called in.
  • The BBC reports that the bomb was mistakenly dropped by a U.S. warplane.
  • Over the next 11 days, French and US warplanes dropped 3,250 bombs.
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