Definition of Line of flight

1. Noun. The path along which a freely moving object travels through the air.

Generic synonyms: Itinerary, Path, Route



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Line Of Flight

line of beauty
line of best fit
line of business
line of centers
line of credit
line of defence
line of defense
line of demarcation
line of descent
line of destiny
line of dip
line of duty
line of fate
line of fire
line of fixation
line of flight (current term)
line of force
line of gab
line of heart
line of inquiry
line of latitude
line of least resistance
line of life
line of longitude
line of march
line of merchandise
line of nodes
line of occlusion
line of operations
line of play

Literary usage of Line of flight

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1. Vehicles of the Air: A Popular Exposition of Modern Aeronautics with Working by Victor Lougheed (1910)
"... warp around an exla transverse to the line of flight and extending centrally alons the hody of the aeroplane 1n the direction of the elongation of the ..."

2. Vehicles of the Air: A Popular Exposition of Modern Aeronautics with Working by Victor Lougheed (1909)
"... aeroplane normally flat and elongated transversely to :_j line of flight, ... of a normally flat rectangle elongated transversely to the line of flight, ..."

3. Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1920)
"We will assume that the gull ii making a flight in a horizontal direction as per "line-of-flight" (flg. l). The wings would assume a horizontal lifting ..."

4. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1894)
"Any deviation from perpendicularity of the line of observation to the line of flight will increase the apparent angle of fall ; so that, while the actual ..."

5. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1894)
"Any deviation from perpendicularity of the line of observation to the line of flight will increase the apparent angle of fall; so that, while the actual ..."

6. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1893)
"... resuming here their regular line of flight as before. There is no apparent reason why they should adopt this out of the way course, rather than the ..."

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