Definition of Monocoques

1. Noun. (plural of monocoque) ¹



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Definition of Monocoques

1. monocoque [n] - See also: monocoque

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monocoques

monoclines
monoclinic
monoclinus
monoclonal
monoclonal antibodies
monoclonal antibody
monoclonal immunoglobulin
monoclonal peak
monoclonal protein
monoclonals
monocomponent
monocondyla
monocoordinated
monocoque
monocoques (current term)
monocot family
monocot genus
monocots
monocotyl
monocotyle
monocotyledons
monocotyls
monocracies
monocracy
monocranius
monocrat

Literary usage of Monocoques

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1913)
"... none of the hydro-aeroplanes which competed at St. Malo could have lived on a rough sea has Inspired the Invention of Improved floats and "monocoques. ..."

2. The Story of the Great War by Francis Joseph Reynolds, Allen Leon Churchill, Leonard Wood, Francis Trevelyan Miller, Austin Melvin Knight, Frederick Palmer, Frank Herbert Simonds, Arthur Brown Ruhl (1916)
"... monocoques which took part in the Gordon Bennett Cup race in Chicago in 1912. It is equipped with a device which was first used in Germany and which ..."

3. Flight Without Formulae: Simple Discussions on the Mechanics of the Aeroplane by Émile Auguste Duchêne (1914)
"In previous footnotes it has already been stated that the Deper- dussin monocoques, a 140-hp and a 100-hp, have already flown at about 170 km. per hour. ..."

4. On Duty and Off: Letters of Elizabeth Cabot Putnam by Elizabeth Cabot Putnam (1919)
"... he settled down and dictated one letter perfectly steadily till half-past seven, — and all about monocoques and sur corn- primes and speed scouts and ..."

5. Flight with Out Formulæ by Émile Auguste Duchêne (1916)
"In previous footnotes it has already been stated that the Deper- dussin monocoques, a 140-hp and a 100.hp, have already flown at about 170 km. per hour. ..."

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