Origin of air cushion
Related formsair-cush·ioned, adjective
Examples from the Web for air cushion
"Catch me a-ridin' of an 'orse again without an air-cushion," he muttered as he came out of the public-bar wiping his mouth.Adventures of Bindle|Herbert George Jenkins
They lunged forward and lifted up to air-cushion jet drive at just over two hundred miles an hour.Code Three|Rick Raphael
The air-cushion should be about one-tenth the depth of the elevator shaft; in high buildings it may be a well 20 or 30 ft. deep.
The simplest and, where practicable, most certain of them is the “air-cushion”, a chamber Safety devices.
A sectional view of the air-cushion is offered as a part of this communication.