Definition of Ground-effect machine

1. Noun. A craft capable of moving over water or land on a cushion of air created by jet engines.

Exact synonyms: Hovercraft
Generic synonyms: Craft



Definition of Ground-effect machine

1. Noun. A hovercraft. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ground-effect Machine

grouchily
grouchiness
grouchinesses
grouching
grouchy
groud
grouds
grouf
groufs
grough
groughs
ground-berry
ground-breaking
ground-controlled approach
ground-effect machine (current term)
ground-effect vehicle
ground-emplaced mine
ground-floor
ground-ivy
ground-service crew
ground-shaker
ground-stroke
ground-to-air
ground almond
ground attack
ground bait
ground ball
ground ball with eyes

Literary usage of Ground-effect machine

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1. The Military Dictionary (1987)
"See also air interception. ground effect machine—(NA TO) A machine which normally flies within the zone of the ground effect or ground cushion. ground ..."

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