noun, plural au·to·gi·ros.
Origin of autogiro
Examples from the Web for autogiro
Linda had turned off her engine, and she jumped out of the autogiro immediately and rushed to the scene of the disaster.
She brought her autogiro lower, and with her flash-light and her glasses examined the ground.
Susie saw the autogiro coming towards them, and hobbled off into the depths of the island to conceal herself.
In silence they buried the treasure and returned to the autogiro.
Linda brought the autogiro to earth and the girls climbed out cautiously, their revolvers in readiness, lest the enemy appear.