Definition of Soarers

1. soarer [n] - See also: soarer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soarers

soapweed
soapwood
soapwoods
soapwort
soapwort gentian
soapworts
soapy
soapy warm soaks
soar
soar up
soar upwards
soaraway
soare
soared
soarer
soarers (current term)
soares
soaring
soaringly
soarings
soars
soaves
sob
sob sister
sob stories
sob story
sob stuff
soba
sobas
sobbed

Literary usage of Soarers

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1. Modern Industrial Progress by Charles Henry Cochrane (1904)
"There have been the soarers or gliders, of whom the lamented Lilienthal was ... THE soarers OR GLIDERS. Dr. Otto Lilienthal solved the problem of what he ..."

2. Modern Industrial Progress by Charles Henry Cochrane (1904)
"There have been the soarers or gliders, of whom the lamented Lilienthal was ... THE soarers OR GLIDERS. Dr. Otto Lilienthal solved the problem of what he ..."

3. Modern Industrial Progress by Charles Henry Cochrane (1904)
"There have been the soarers or gliders, of whom the lamented Lilienthal was ... THE soarers OR GLIDERS. Dr. Otto Lilienthal solved the problem of what he ..."

4. Aeroplanes in Gusts: Soaring Flight and the Stability of Aeroplanes by S. L. Walkden (1913)
"... soarers, and the second class the soarers. A good representative of the first class is a wood- pigeon. Such a bird's average flight is one of a few ..."

5. The Esthetics of Motion, with Special Reference to the Psychology of Grace by Paul Souriau, George Henry Browne (1917)
"If some soarers keep in the air indefinitely, it is because they do not glide all ... Many reliable observers affirm that some soarers (like the albatross, ..."

6. Aernplanes in Gusts. Soaring Flight and the Stability of Aeroplanes by S. L. Walkden (1912)
"... soarers, and the second class the soarers. A good representative of the first class is a wood- pigeon. Such a bird's average flight is one of a few ..."

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