Definition of Aerobat

1. one that performs feats in an aircraft [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aerobat

aerifying
aerily
aerinite
aerious
aero
aero-
aero-odontalgia
aero-odontodynia
aeroallergen
aeroallergens
aeroallergic
aeroatelectasis
aerobactin
aerobactin synthetase
aeroballistics
aerobat (current term)
aerobatic
aerobatics
aerobats
aerobe
aerobeacon
aerobeacons
aerobes
aerobia
aerobic
aerobic exercise
aerobic respiration
aerobic waste treatment
aerobically
aerobicize

Literary usage of Aerobat

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Anomalies and curiosities of medicine: Being an Encyclopedic Collection of by George Milbry Gould, Walter Lytle Pyle (1900)
"Napoleon awarded lier the title of tin. tir-: aerobat of France. ... In 1882 an aerobat l>earing the natural name of Arsens Blondin traver one river after ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1881)
"A Roman aerobat—a strapping girl making her perilous way along the tight-rope, and watched by wondering eyes as the arms balance each other and the bare ..."

3. Modern English by Fitzedward Hall (1873)
"... lithograph, photograph ; aerobat, aeronaut, affluent, appreciator, aquarium, athlete, break-down, ..."

4. The Life and Reminiscences of E. L. Blanchard by Edward L. Blanchard, Drinkwater Meadows (1891)
"... another horrible aerobat, bending his neck back—sickening sight ! 23rd.—Arrange for first deposit of £50 in London and Westminster Bank as a nest egg. ..."

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