- to send or ship via aircraft: to air-ship machine parts overseas.
Origin of air-ship
First recorded in 1950–1955
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Examples from the Web for air-ship
One time it was night and we could only hear, but not see the air-ship.The Emma Gees
Herbert Wes McBride
For a time the air-ship and the object of their voyage was discussed.
The navigators of our air-ship have the power to raise and lower at pleasure.
But a gull is an air-ship that can sink whenever it chooses.The Book of Saints and Friendly Beasts
Abbie Farwell Brown
This is one of the reasons why it is so difficult to estimate the speed of an air-ship.My Airships