Definition of Distrail

1. Noun. A clear path through a cloud created by a passing aircraft, caused either by evaporation or freezing of water droplets in the wake. ¹



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Definition of Distrail

1. an airplane's clear wake through cloud [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Distrail

distractibility
distractible
distractile
distracting
distractingly
distraction
distraction conus
distractions
distractious
distractive
distractor
distractors
distracts
distrad
distrads
distrail (current term)
distrails
distrain
distrainable
distrained
distrainer
distrainers
distraining
distrainor
distrainors
distrains
distraint
distraints
distrait
distraite

Literary usage of Distrail

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1. Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of by Abel Boyer (1833)
"... ^distraiL UNAVAILABLE. UNAVAILING*!!'//, vain, in- UNAVOIDABLE, adj. inévitable. [utile. UNAVOIDABLY, ad"r. inévitablement. ..."

2. Revue historique by Gabriel Monod, Charles Bémont, Sébastien Charléty (1904)
"... Lambert avait eu le bon goût d'effacer partout le mol « Madame. » Les modernes, qui, sans doute, avaient jeté un regard distrail sur ..."

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