a purported observation of an unidentified flying object or extraterrestrial being(s)
For bronze medalists, getting a close encounter with the alternate universe works to their advantage.
Klein said he was pleasantly surprised by his close encounter with the governor.
But to be well and truly put in your place, jump into that paradisiacal blue for a close encounter with a gentle giant.
Ultimately he survived—chastened less by his close encounter with death than by his brush with sensational journalism.
He had been shot through the temple in some close encounter.
A: A paw is a weapon with iron prongs, four inches long, to be grasped with the hand and used in close encounter.
His ship could not be brought to a close encounter, and he had no boats, yet he was bent upon capturing that galleon.
In that close encounter, fury against fury, force against force fairly pitted, his speed and his agility counted for nothing.
The warrior carried also other weapons for close encounter, when he should descend from his chariot to fight on foot.
But it had been a close encounter in its way, and Lucilla was rather glad to get off without any further damage.