verb (used with object), air-shipped, air-ship·ping.
Origin of air-ship
Related formsair-ship·pa·ble, adjective
Examples from the Web for air-ship
Somebody tumbled out of an air-ship the other day; is that what you mean?The Fighting Chance|Robert W. Chambers
We did not look for our messengers; they were to return to us in the air-ship.
But how am I to get away in the air-ship and to take the stolen property with me?Motor Matt's Air Ship|Stanley R. Matthews
Their despairing hands were held up to us in supplication as the air-ship darted over them.
"And that means a complete host so long as we are backed up by the air-ship," declared Waldo, in his turn.The Lost City|Joseph E. Badger, Jr.