Definition of Aerodromes

1. Noun. (plural of aerodrome) ¹



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Definition of Aerodromes

1. aerodrome [n] - See also: aerodrome

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aerodromes

aeroclubs
aerocraft
aerocrafts
aerocyst
aerocysts
aerodart
aerodarts
aerodermectasia
aerodigestive
aerodonetics
aerodontalgia
aerodontalgias
aerodontia
aerodrome
aerodromes (current term)
aerodromics
aeroduct
aeroducts
aerodynamic
aerodynamic force
aerodynamic lift
aerodynamic size
aerodynamical
aerodynamically
aerodynamicist
aerodynamicists
aerodynamics
aerodyne
aerodynes

Literary usage of Aerodromes

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1. Textbook of Aerial Laws and Regulations for Aerial Navigation, International by Henry Woodhouse (1920)
"(e) Subject to the exigencies of the service, salvage of aircraft will be undertaken by the RAF inside RAF aerodromes, and as far as possible outside RAF ..."

2. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"aerodromes AND AIRPORTS Л list of 167 aerodromes in the United Kingdom, ... Civil Aircraft arc not permitted to land at aerodromes in UK other than those ..."

3. Out to Win, the Story of America in France by Coningsby Dawson (1918)
"MS and RETHEL, where it is said (although this cannot be confirmed) that they are employed in aerodromes." These extracts should serve to ..."

4. The New York Times Current History (1919)
"Before it was possible to attack Germany successfully It was necessary to attack the enemy's aerodromes heavily in order to prevent his attacking our ..."

5. Journal by Helicopter Association of Great Britain (1894)
"aerodromes. There are 132 aerodromes in the UK available to civil aircraft. Of these 62 are civil aerodromes, 50 are RAF aerodromes, and 20 private ..."

6. Aircraft Year Book by Manufacturers Aircraft Association (1921)
"Aircraft coming from abroad shall land only in such aerodromes. ... 3- All necessary information concerning customs aerodromes within a State, including any ..."

7. 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 (1919)
"After dark, British night flying squadrons dropped over 200 bombs on German aerodromes near Courtrai and on billets northeast of St. Quentin. ..."

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