Examples from the Web for concorde
In 1994 she redesigned the interiors of the supersonic Concorde for Air France.Andrée Putman, ‘the Grande Dame of Design,’ Revolutionized Interiors|Tracy McNicoll|January 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I left the New York Post in 1998 and boarded the morning Concorde to London, bound for the London Sun.
Their accelerating crack-up was like a sonic boom: You heard it only after the Concorde was gone.
The stranger was supposed by the French officers on board to be the “Atalante,” a frigate of the same size as the “Concorde.”
The peculiar talents of the prize-master of the “Concorde,” honest Tom Calder, were now brought into full play.
And you threw it into the Seine as you crossed the Concorde bridge?Through the Wall|Cleveland Moffett
His feet were dragging as he reached the Concorde moving-picture theater.The Best Short Stories of 1920|Various
And 'Concorde' is enough like Concord, Mass., to make me remember the name.Kent Knowles: Quahaug|Joseph C. Lincoln
British Dictionary definitions for concorde
Word Origin and History for concorde
supersonic passenger airliner, operating from 1976 to 2003, from French concorde, literally "harmony, agreement" (see concord), reflecting the Anglo-French collaborative agreement that produced it.